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Mongolia Independence Day – Mongolia Independence Day, celebrated every December 29, is a day of great glory and happiness for the Mongols, who gained freedom after years of being under the Qing China rule.
Mongolian Food – Mongolian foods are simple and full of variety of meat that includes mutton, beef, camel, horse, sheep even marmot. There are some Mongolian cuisine accompany meat with vegetables, noodles, rices and pasta.
Mongolian Nature and Geography – Mongolia is a land where you can experience wide-open spaces, cobalt blue skies, forests, deserts, crystal clear rivers and lakes, and the traditional hospitality of the nomads.
A Super Quick History of Mongolia
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Tsagaan Sar – Tsagaan Sar, also known as the Mongolian Lunar New Year, is the first day of the new year and is celebrated by the Mongols as well as some Turkic people living across Mongolia, Russia, and China.
Mongolian Food Tour
Mongolian Stations at Radio.Garden
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Mongolian National Day Parade
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A Journey Through Mongolia