Mongolia: The Heart of the Asian Continent

Mongolia is a landlocked country in Central Asia, bordered by Russia to the north and China to the south, east and west. It is one of two independent nations that were once part of former Soviet Union; the other being Kazakhstan. Mongolia has an area of 1,564,116 square km (603,909 sq mi) with about 3 million people living in it. The capital city is Ulaanbaatar but there are also several provincial centers that have their own administrative status as well.

There are many similarities between Mongolia and its neighboring countries including Russian culture which had a significant influence on Mongolian life and customs until 1921 when Mongolia became a socialist state under Soviet rule for 75 years before declaring independence in 1990.

Their language, customs and traditions are all very similar to those of their neighbors as well but at the same time they have developed a unique culture that sets them apart. This is because Mongolia has been mainly inhabited by nomadic people who moved around depending on where there was plenty of grass for grazing livestock. With its vast plains and mountain ranges it offers many different habitats which nurtured diverse cultures over centuries until modern times when more than half the population live in urban areas such as Ulaanbaatar with some still living in traditional ways herding animals during summer months before winter snows force them into villages or towns; this makes Mongolians one of few populations worldwide today to maintain a There is a word for those who adopt the nomadic lifestyle and it’s “nomad”.

I have written 18 words so far in this blog post article about Mongolia.

Bullet Point: The nomadic culture is what sets Mongolians apart from other Asian countries. They are one of the few populations worldwide today to maintain a nomadic lifestyle, which creates a unique cultural experience for them and their animals. This means that they tend to herd livestock depending on where there is plenty grass available for grazing during summer months before winter snows force them into villages or towns. With its vast plains and mountain ranges it offers many different habitats which nurtured diverse cultures over centuries until modern times when more than half the population live in urban areas such In the centre of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar is still home to those who follow traditional ways of life.

Mongolia is the heart of Asia, a vast landlocked country covered by mountains and grassy steppe. For centuries this was an isolated homeland for nomadic herders who migrated with their animals depending on where there was plenty grazing in summer before winter forced them into villages or towns. Today more than half Mongolia’s population live in urban areas but Ulaanbaatar remains home to those who follow traditional ways of life.

The capital city offers many attractions including Gandantegchinlen Monastery – one of only two monasteries open to visitors in Mongolia today, Bogd Khan Palace Museum which displays artefacts from Mongolian history as well as Russian imperial time and Zaisan Memorial Complex commemorating heroic soldiers defending.

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