Mongolia in Central Asia is a landlocked country bordered by Russia and China. They were born in 209 BC.
Mongolian architectural heritage
You will find constructions from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age to the beginning of the Iron Age in Mongolia. There are cave paintings and stone carvings which are of primary importance in art. Ger is the traditional circular dwelling of the Mongols inspired by their nomadic roots. Temples in ancient times were also built this way and when the coming worshipers increased, quadratic shaped temples sprang up. The roofs were made in the shape of capitals. Among the first quadratic temples, the Batu-Tsagaan, built in 1654, is a must-see. Lamasery Dashi-Choiling is a Ger style architecture in Ulaanbaatar. In the Erdene Zuu lamasery stands the Lavrin temple reflecting the Tibetan tradition. The lamasery of the Choijing Lamiin Sume Museum is built in Chinese tradition and used to be a temple. All these places during the trip to Mongolia represent their rich architecture.
Sports activities in Mongolia
There are mainly three sports for Mongols: horse racing, archery and Mongolian wrestling. These are the most popular and practiced activities in this place. Tour Mongolia would give you the opportunity to take a horse and camel ride along the adventurous and beautiful terrain of Mongolia, ranging from deserts to green pastures. You can also try the famous Mongolian animal safari on horseback. They also have mountain and horse trekking trails for all levels.
Mongolian music and festivals
They have a strong influence of shamanism, Tibetan Buddhism, nature and nomadic lifestyle on their music and festivals. The most popular signature style is called Khoomei, which means throat signature. They also have a variety of traditional instruments including the famous Morin Khuur. The Nadaam festival in Ulaanbaatar is a must-see during the pleasant trip to Mongolia. This festival showcases the best of their three popular sports, horse racing, archery and wrestling. This is usually celebrated from July 11 to 13. At the beginning of the year, they celebrate the festival of Tsagaan Sar by taking advantage of the beginning of spring and the end of winter. This time of year is known to enjoy the traditional songs and food of Mongolia. They also celebrate the Ovoo Worship Festival which is mostly small scale and involves monks and people participating in rituals and after winter prayers for rain and grass for farm animals and animals. abundant fish and animals for hunting.