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Mongolia – Forgotten and Isolated Paradise

Mongolia is the nineteenth largest country in the world, and is populated with only 2.7 million inhabitants. If you know that over one million of them live in the capital Ulan Bator, it is clear that most of the land is empty. The  emptiness is wonderful. It can make you see it without you the opportunity to focus on something else.  Ulan Bator is located in north central Mongolia, the city lies at an elevation of about 1,310 metres (4,300 ft) in a valley on the Tuul River. It is the cultural, industrial, and financial heart of the country

Mongolian landscape look like there never lived people. It probably is because the little people who move in these beautiful landscapes treat them with the respect that they deserve. It mainly nomads – Buddhists living in harmony with nature, and she responds in this way …

If you want this summer to explore some new kind of vacation and if you are lover of magnificent untouched nature, amazing landscapes, delicious traditional food than we suggest to go in Mongolia. Below you can see some awesome photos from there.


Image by Kit Seeborg via Flickr

Image by Pablo Pecora via Flickr

Image by Mazzali via Flickr

Image by Mazzali via Flickr

Image by Xianyi Shen via Flickr

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