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Geography

Ulaanbaatar

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...
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Uvs Aimag

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...
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Khentii Aimag

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...
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Tov Aimag

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...
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Selenge Aimag

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...
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Ovorkhangai Aimag

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...
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Omnogobi (South Gobi) Aimag

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...
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Arkhangai Aimag

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...
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Khovsgol Aimag

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...
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Dundgobi aimag

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...
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Bulgan Aimag

Capital: Bulgan, altitude 1208 m Population: 53655 inhabitants (2011) Ethnic group: Khalkha Area: 48 700 km² Ecosystem:  wooded steppe, taiga The province of North Bulgan boasts a variety of wildlife...
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Bayan – Olgii Aimag

Capital: Olgii Altitude: 1710 metres Population: 90 404 inhabitants (2013) Area: 45 700 km² Ethnic groups: Kazakh, Uriankhai Ecosystem: Altai (high mountains) Bayan-Olgii is Mongolia’s westernmost aimag. The neighboring Altai...
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Geography of Mongolia And Its Provinces

Area: 1 566 500 km² Population: 3 081 000 inhabitants (estimated 2016) Density: 1.97 inhabitants/km² Average altitude: 1580 m Max altitude: 4374 m Min altitude: 518 m Mongolia is a...
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