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Many observations about Mongolia is written in English, only selected articles are available in Czech language

International Hot Air Balloon Expedition - obrázek

International Hot Air Balloon Expedition - obrázek

Where ?  Sukhbaatar Square, Ulaanbaatar
When ? 19th August – 1st September 2010

 

Nový příspěvek - obrázek

Nový příspěvek - obrázek

Dear Sir/Madam
It is my honor to invite you to take part in the “Central region Investors Forum-2010”, which will be held on 27th August, 2010 in Darkhan city, Darkhan-Uul aimag, Mongolia. Read more...

Only foreign citizens will have access to limited casinos - obrázek

Only foreign citizens will have access to limited casinos - obrázek

MP D.Zagdjav, D.Batbayar proposed draft law on Limited Casino to Speaker D.Demberel. Casino business is soaring around the world and our two neighbours are allowing limited casinos in certain zones and areas. Read more...

MP R.Gonchigdorj: Some Politicians are standing in a way of great economic benefit - obrázek

MP R.Gonchigdorj: Some Politicians are standing in a way of great economic benefit - obrázek

Q: You have left your holiday early and came to the Capital. Is it possible that you’re coming to the Capital for the irregular session of SGK?

R.Gonchigdorj: When the spring session of SGK ended it was nearly obvious that irregular session of SGK was going to be held. I wanted to stay longer in the countryside but it is possible that the irregular session will take place. I believe that MPs should be willing to give up their holidays for a project that will boost the economy and improve the living standards of our people. Read more...

In Mongolia, the national sports festival is called Naadam, and is a traditional display of strength, horsemanship and marksmanship. The Three Games of Man are : wrestling, archery and horseracing, rooted in the mists of antiquity yet continuing to be very popular among the Mongolians today. Read more...
Program of naadam festival in UB 2010 - obrázek

Program of naadam festival in UB 2010 - obrázek

The program of the Naadam festival has been approved for the 804th anniversary of the Great Mongol Empire and the 89th anniversary of the People's Revolution in Mongolia. Read more... 

Central Stadium Repairs Work to Finish Soon - obrázek

Central Stadium Repairs Work to Finish Soon - obrázek

More than MNT630 million was projected to be spent on this year’s Naadam festival, a traditional game of Mongolia or “The Three Games of Men”: wrestling, horse racing and archery as well as latest entry of anklebone shooting.

The country will celebrate three-day holiday on July 11-13 in commemoration of 804th Year of Great Mongolian State, and 89th Year of People’s Revolution.

“Khangai region Investors’ Forum-2010”  - obrázek

“Khangai region Investors’ Forum-2010” - obrázek

Dear Sir/Madam,

It is my honor to invite you to take part in the “Khangai region Investors’ Forum-2010” to be held on 24-25 June, 2010 in Erdenet city, Orkhon aimag of Mongolia. The Forum is initiated by the Government of Mongolia with the purpose of creating an opportunity for investors to explore potential projects for investment in the Khangai region. Read more...

Nový příspěvek - obrázek

Nový příspěvek - obrázek

A race from Spain to Mongolia in a really small car.  Uh, yeah...come again?

Put quite simply, the Mongol Rally is a race involving hundreds of teams attempting to drive around 10,000 miles from Europe to Mongolia over 4-6 weeks, using small (1.2ltr or less) vehicles completely unsuited to the task.  The teams must design their own routes, traverse between 7 and 12 countries, traveling on everything from bad roads to no roads with no support whatsoever (and while probably not understanding a word of the local language).  Sound crazy?  Probably so, but the point is to have a grand adventure while raising loads of money for some incredible charities. Read more....

Are the Finns the Mongolians of Europe? - obrázek

Are the Finns the Mongolians of Europe? - obrázek

 Most people are surprised when they discover that until as recently as the 1960s it was widely accepted that the Finns originally came from Mongolia. But the Mongolian ‘Origins of the Finns’ is a controversial topic in Finland. The Western-looking academic elite have done all that they can to suppress it and academics that still contend that Finns have ‘Mongoloid origins’ are cast into the wilderness in a ferocious dispute.Read more

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