ULAANBAATAR

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The Orkhon Valley, situated 370 km from the capital, was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2004

*Ulaanbaatar means “Red Hero” in Mongolian.

 

*The Orkhon Valley, situated 370 km from the capital, was included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 2004.

 

*The giant Genghis Khan Statue is located to the east of the city.

 

*The “Orkhon Inscriptions,” which use the old Turkic alphabet of the Göktürks, are found here.

 

*Khuushuur, the dumplings which are popular in Mongolian cuisine, contain plenty of meat.

 

*Kımız, one of the traditional drinks of the Turks, is also consumed in Mongolian lands.

 

Dried meat and soup are among the tastes that should be tried.

 

*The Mongolia International Museum, and the Zanazabar Museum of Fine Arts are popular places to visit.

 

*The city's residents suffer with the high air pollution.

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