80 million years old dinosaur skeleton from Mongolian Gobi desert

In the world, there a few numbers of countries are rich of findings and Mongolia is one of them. Mongolian Gobi desert has brought million of years history by itself until present. From here, there were found many historical types of china such as New Stone Ages weapon, antique of Bronze Age, Tureg’s time grave mound, Chinggis Khaan’s time weapon and coins and Chinese china.

However, one of the most important findings is dinosaur skeleton. Its age is 80 million years and it is marvelous that was kept for that long time. It might be rolling around in Mongolian Gobi’s livestock and it has almost no different looking of spread bone of livestock. It is obvious that local people have seen those for thousand years


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Mongolia to Launch Summer Tourism Season Soon

People planning summer holidays in Mongolia this year will be happy to hear the announcement that the country’s tourism season is almost ready to open. “The summer tourism timetable will begin in mid April” said Narantuya, senior officer at the Tourism Department, Ministry for Tourism of Mongolia. “Tourism exhibitions and other related events are being organized abroad and home to promote the country and its tourism industry” she stressed. “Recent participation in prestigious international tourism events as partner country like ITB Berlin Convention will hopefully increase the number of inbound tourists to Mongolia this year” Narantuya said. “The most dominating types of tourism in Mongolia are adventure tourism and ecotourism. In recent years, foreign tourists are also more attractive to special interest tourism types including trekking, hiking and biking” she told.

The ideal Mongolia travel season starts in May and hits its highest peak in July, during the Naadam Holiday, and in August when the weather is most favorable for traveling.

Mongolia is a vast emptiness that links land and sky, and is one of the last few places on the planet where nomadic life is still exist. It is this vast and majestic emptiness that is the country’s enduring appeal, bringing the traveler, as it does, into a close communion with nature and its nomadic inhabitants.

The country is nicknamed the “Land of Blue Skies,” and with good reason. There is said to be about 250 sunny days throughout each year.

The country’s most popular attractions with visitors include Naadam Holiday or Three Manly Games, Gobi Desert, Khuvsgul Lake, Erdene Zuu Monastery, Altai Tavan Bogd National Park, Terelj National Park and others.

“In order to expand tourism scope to attract more tourists, we are keen to intensify winter tourism in the country” said Narantuya.

“Particularly, winter attractions include Thousand Camel Festival held in mid February, Eagle Festival held twice a year, Ice Festival held every February in Khuvsgul Lake” she added.

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"Genghis Khan" book by Jack Weatherford

"Genghis Khan" book by doctor Jack Weatherford was elected as bestseller as beating "Change" book by 2,440 vote of total 3,955 in first level of competition. Readers were assuming the "Change" might beat the "Genghis Khan". Now, the "Genghis Khan" book is in battle with "Shadowfever" book in second level of competition.
31.March 2011

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