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Gers have been a distinctive feature of life in Central Asia for at least three thousand years. A Ger is our traditional round shaped dwelling that has been used since the Mongols started nomadic life with animal husbandry. In essence – it’s their home. Ger is portable, easily assembled and disassembled, and the most natural dwelling on earth. A ger consists of felt covers, wooden columns, and a round window at the top, thin wooden poles and floor, wall (wooden lattice attached together with animal hide, ropes) and ropes. Most of ger materials are made of animals like felt- sheep wool, ropes- camel or sheep wool, horse or yak’s tail, and of course wood.

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Kharkhorin - In 1220 Chinggis Khaan set up the capital of Mongolian domain on the ripe fields along the Orkhon River. This is called Kharkhorin, 373 km from Ulaanbaatar city. Kharkhorin is situated at the lower end of the upper valley of the Orkhon River, which is part if the World Heritage Site Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape. The area denotes the eastern lower regions of the Khangai Mountains. Kharkhorin town populace is 8,977 (2003), city region is 20.5 km2. 

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The Monastery of Tranquil Felicity is one of the three biggest Buddhist focuses in Mongolia is situated close to the Selenge River in the Iven valley, at the foot of Mount Buren Khaan of Selenge Province in northern Mongolia. The closest town is Erdenet which is around 60 km toward the southwest. 

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The most well known dishes you can sink your teeth into are the "buuz" (dumpling with a minced lamb filling) and the "khuushuur" (a bigger singed level adaptation of the buuz). The Mongolian eating regimen is principally meat, rice, flour and potatoes. The "tsuivan" is another top choice, made out of level flour noodles, steamed carrots, potatoes and greasy lamb pieces.Meals are joined by an irregular however reviving salty drain tea, a drink frequently offered to guests when going to traveling families. 

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Its name is the interpretation of the Tibetan word "drepung" signifying "heap of rice".

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Development of the religious community started in 1904 and was finished four years after the fact. It was shut in 1938 and most likely would have been obliterated had it not been spared in 1942 to fill in as a historical center exhibiting the 'medieval' methods for the past. There are five sanctuaries inside the grounds.

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