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The Dugana Khad (Temple Rock) resort was open in 2000 and granted first degree confirmation. The Dugana Khad resort is just a single vacationer camp toward the north close from Ulaanbaatar city. The resort is situated at the correct side of a one of a kind arrangement of the Nature-sanctuary formed immense shake called Dugana , in the pleasant knoll valley of Erdene woodland mountain, which is the finish of Khentii mountains in the domain of Bornuur town, Tuv territory and lifted 1200 m above ocean level. 
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With a background marked by over a thousand years, this compact staying made of wood lashed together with calfskin thongs and secured with felt is the home of the Mongolian travelers. Simple to erect and destroy, the ger , its furniture, and the stove inside can be conveyed by only three camels or wagons pulled by yaks. 
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Altai Mountains , Russian Altay, Mongolian Altayn Nuruu, Chinese (Pinyin) Altai Shan, complex mountain arrangement of Central Asia amplifying around 1,200 miles (2,000 km) in a southeast-northwest bearing from the Gobi (Desert) toward the West Siberian Plain, through China, Mongolia, Russia, and Kazakhstan. The rough mountain edges get their name from the Turkic-Mongolian altan , signifying "brilliant. The framework has three principle subdivisions: the Altai appropriate (once in the past called the Soviet Altai) and the Mongolian and Gobi Altai.
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Mongolian writing, the composed works delivered in any of the Mongolian dialects of present-day Mongolia; the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of China; the Uygur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang, China; and the Russian republics of Buryatia and Kalmykia. Composed Mongolian writing has risen in the thirteenth century from oral conventions, and it created under Indo-Tibetan, Turkic, and Chinese impact.
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