Mongolia's territory is 1,564,116 square kilometers 603,909 square miles, and with a populace of simply 3.3 million, makes it the eighteenth biggest sovereign state and quite possibly the most meagerly populated. It is the world's second-biggest landlocked country, behind Kazakhstan, and the biggest landlocked country that doesn't line a shut ocean.

10Khustain Nuruu is a delightful National Park in Tuv territory, one of the notable and lofty exceptional secured zones in Mongolia. It is otherwise called Hustai National Park and found roughly 100 km west of Ulaanbaatar. The recreation center was made as a spot for the Takhi (Przewalski Horse) to be once again introduced once more into Mongolia in 1992, where it had gotten wiped out in nature. They cover up out high in the slopes during the day, however in the evening they boil down to the Tuul River which goes through the recreation center.

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Perhaps the most widely recognized conventional Mongolian food sources that you'll discover in a migrant family is the straightforward however delicious "chanasan makh". It is made by bubbling meat, bones, and innards together in salted water at that point leaving it to stew and gradually cook for a few hours. That is it! The meat (lamb more often than not, obviously!) becomes more delectable and more delicate the more it is cooked for. 

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Eezgii is another dried-cheddar conventional Mongolian food that is especially mainstream among itinerant families. It's additionally another great illustration of how significant meat and dairy are to conventional Mongolian ways of life. Eezgii is made by joining two dairy items to make a third one. In case you're lactose-prejudiced you might need to bring along your own bites while remaining with an itinerant family in Mongolia. 

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Nomadic Mongolians make different dairy products depending on what animals they keep. Herds of sheep, goats, camels, horses, cows, or yaks are most common and all produce milk which is then used to make a variety of other food or drinks, which are often kept to be consumed in winter. Aaruul is one of these traditional Mongolian foods, usually made in summer when ingredients are plentiful, then eaten throughout the year.

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Khorgo-Terkhiin Tsagaan Nuur National Park is reported as a National Park in 1994 containing Khorgo terminated fountain of liquid magma, which was begun to be secured by state in 1965. Terkhiin Tsagaan Lake just as its encompassing territory make up the public park of 76,893 hectares land. The National Park is a situated in the area of Arkhangai region, 180km away from the focal town Tsetserleg of the region. Khorgo-Terkhiin National Park is arranged 2100-2500m above ocean level. It is situated between primary mountain scope of Khangai Mountain reach and Tarvagatai Mountain range.

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The Altai argali, the biggest wild sheep species, is quite possibly the most lofty species around the world. Perceived for their gigantic, spiraling horns that can grow up to six feet in length and alone may weigh 59 lbs (27 kg), the argali sheep is considered by individuals in Altai to be a consecrated image and irreplaceable asset. The name "argali" means "wild sheep" in the Mongolian language.

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Found east to Ulaanbaatar, 50km away from the city, Gorkhi Terelj is the nearest National Park to Ulaanbaatar. Wonderful green region and captivating stone developments with various ger camps, five star lodgings and caf├ęs will invite you to the top objective for travelers in Mongolia. 

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Kharkhorin - In 1220 Chinggis Khaan set up the capital of Mongolian realm on the fruitful fields along the Orkhon River. This is called Kharkhorin, 373 km from Ulaanbaatar city. Kharkhorin is situated at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River, which is part if the World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The area denotes the eastern lower regions of the Khangai Mountains. Kharkhorin town populace is 8,977 (2003), city zone is 20.5 km2. 

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Aaruul or Mongolian curd cheese is one of the main foods of Mongolian nomadic peoples. They prepare a sufficient amount of milk products in summer, when is the favorable time for pastoralists to get output of livestock, and they consume the products in other seasons. They make different dairy products depending on what type of animal they keep: sheep, goat, camel, horse, cow or yak. It is not common to produce aaruul or other cheeses from mare’s milk or camel’s milk because these are usually made into unpasteurized airag (fermented mare’s milk) and khoormog (fermented camel’s milk).

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Generally, the Bankhar was an indivisible piece of the roaming herder's life. The conventional hello when moving toward a Mongolian ger is to say "Hold your canine!"  In Mongolia, Bankhar canines are believed to be "of a similar soul" as people, and canines are the solitary creatures that are given names. At the point when a Bankhar passes on, its remaining parts are normally positioned on top of a mountain so it is nearer to the divine beings and soul world, thus that individuals don't stroll over its bones.

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