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The Naadam Festival features the country’s three most loved sports: wrestling, archery and horseback riding #Mongolia

The Naadam Festival features the country’s three most loved sports: wrestling, archery and horseback riding

Mongol Empire - illustration by Keith Pickering / Wikicommons

The study of the Mongol Empire has made enormous strides in the past two decades, and its most notable impact is the shift of seeing the Empire not only in national or regional terms but from a holistic perspective, in its full Eurasian context.

Mongolian Nature: The Gobi desert is most notable in history as part of the great Mongol Empire, and as the location of several important cities along the Silk Road  | Traveldudes Social Travel Blog & Community:

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Mongolian Nature: The Gobi desert is most notable in history as part of the great Mongol Empire, and as the location of several important cities along the Silk Road

Partie 26 de mon blog. Nous passons en revue l'armée de Turandot. https://turandoscope.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/26-lart-de-la-guerre/

Partie 26 de mon blog. Nous passons en revue l'armée de Turandot. https://turandoscope.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/26-lart-de-la-guerre/

Imperio mongol wikipedia.org Fue el imperio de tierras continuas más extenso de la historia y en su apogeo se extendió desde la península de Corea hasta el río Danubio. A partir del año 1206, las tribus mongolas se unieron bajo el mando del guerrero Gengis Kan y el imperio llegó a tener una extensión máxima de unos 33 millones de kilómetros cuadrados y más de 100 millones de habitantes.

See how quickly the Mongols were united under Genghis Khan and then strengthened enough to take on all of Asia and conquer one of history's largest empires o.

Paiza of Golden Horde Khan Ozbeg, 1st half of 14th c. Inscription reads: “By the order of Eternal Heaven, the decree of Khan Ozbeg [is that] a person who does not submit to the Mongols is guilty and shall die.”

Paiza of Golden Horde Khan Ozbeg, half of c. Inscription reads: “By the order of Eternal Heaven, the decree of Khan Ozbeg [is that] a person who does not submit to the Mongols is guilty and shall die.

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aph - Yao in Inner Mongolia by sinoaXu.deviantart.com on @deviantART

I begin to enjoy the song by a singer which from Inner Mongolia aru~~ singing is loud and clear,when I listen her song,It was like at the g. aph - Yao in Inner Mongolia

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