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June 28, 2017
Ulaanbaatar Population: 1 372 000 inhabitants (2013) Density: 272 population/km² Area: 4 704 km2 Altitude: 1350 m Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia is a burgeoning neoliberal hodgepodge. Having taken to rapacious capitalist doctrine like fish to water, the nouveau riche drive around in clunky 4×4’s while the majority of people try to eke out a...
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Capital: Ulaangom, Altitude 939 meters Population: 75 737 inhabitants (2014) Area: 69 600 km² Ethnic groups: Khalkha, Baiad, Khoton, Dorvod Ecosystem: semi-arid desert This North-Western aimag is a semi-arid desert of varied landscapes and numerous lakes. The largest of them, the Uvs Nuur is more akin to an inland sea. The main attractions of the...
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Capital: Chinggis Khot(formerly Ondorkhaan) Area: 80 300 km² Population: 65 811 inhabitants (2011) Density: 0.82 population/km² Ethnic groups: Khalkha and Buryats The region takes its name from the mountain chain which encompasses the eastern slope: the chain of the Khentii, which is part of a large strictly protected area. The highest point of the region...
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aimag province tov
Capital: Zuunmod, Altitude 1529 m Area 81000 km² Population: 85 166 inhabitants (2011) Ethnic groups: Khalkha and Buryats Ecosystem: steppe The Tov aimag, which surrounds Ulaanbaatar, occupies the central part of the chain of the Khentii. The region is quite mountainous and has many rivers making it the most arable region of the country. It...
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Capital: Sukhbaatar elevation 626 m Population: 97 585 inhabitants (2011) Area: 5540 km² Ethnic groups: Khalkha, Buryats Ecosystem: wooded steppe The province gets its name from the Selenge River, which flows into Lake Baikal in Russia. The Orkhon River is one of the many tributaries of the Selenge River. The Selenge aimag forms the border...
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Capital: Arvaikheer altitude 1913 meters Population: 111 314 inhabitants (2011) Ethnic group: Khalkha Area: 62 900 km² Ecosystem: steppe, semi-arid North of the Ovorkhangai province lies the slopes of the Khangai mountain chain; to the south is the Gobi desert. The north has many lakes and rivers taking their source from the Khangai, and is also...
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Capital: Dalanzadgad altitude 1406 meters Population: 61 314 inhabitants (2011) Ethnic groups: Khalkha, Daiganga, Uzemchin Area: 165 400 km² Ecosystem: gobi (desert) Omnogobi is the largest and least populated area of Mongolia. Due to its arid climate farming is nearly impossible. It is one of the windiest, warmest and driest provinces in the country. In...
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Capital: Tsetserleg altitude 1691 m Population: 84584 inhabitants (2011) Ethnic group: Khalkha Area: 55 300 km² Ecosystem: wooded steppe The province takes its name from the Khangai massif. The average altitude is 2.414 meters and the highest point is the perpetual snow covered peak of the Kharalagtai (3,539 meters). Landscapes of forested mountains and steep...
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Capital: Moron altitude 1280 meters Population: 114 926 inhabitants (2011) Area: 100 600 km² Ethnic groups: Dukha, Darkhat, Khotgoid, Khalkha, Bouriat (Tsagaan nuur) Ecosystem: taiga and forest steppe This province takes its name from the Lake Khovsgol, a jewel of freshwater measuring 136 km long, 30 km wide and 262 m deep. Apart from its...
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Capital: Mandalgobi elevation 1393 m Population: 38 821 inhabitants (2011) Ethnic group: Khalkha, Dariganga, Uzemchin Size: 74 700 km² Ecosystem: gobi (desert) Dundgobi province is located in the extreme north of the Gobi. The province is covered by a typical forest steppe of the Khangai, while the South gradually gives way to the desert. The arid...
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