7 Sights in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (with Map and Images)

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Explore interesting sights in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

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1. Zaisan Memorial

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The Zaisan Memorial is a memorial in the southern area of the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar in the duureg (district) of Khan-Uul that honors allied Mongolian and Soviet soldiers killed in World War II. Located on a hill in the southern part of the city, the memorial features a circular memorial painting that depicts scenes of friendship between the people of the USSR and Mongolia. The mural depicts scenes such as Soviet support for Mongolia's independence declaration in 1921, the defeat of the Japanese Kwantung Army by the Soviets at Khalhkin Gol on the Mongolian border in 1939, victory over Nazi Germany and peacetime achievements such as Soviet space flights including the flight of Soyuz 39 which carried the first Mongolian into space, Jugderdemidiin Gurragchaa.

Wikipedia: Zaisan Memorial (EN)

2. Bogd Khan Palace Museum

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The Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan, or the Bogd Khan Palace Museum, is a museum complex located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It was part of larger complex called the "Green Palace", an imperial residence of the eighth Jebtsundamba Khutughtu, who was later proclaimed Bogd Khan, or ruler of Mongolia. Alongside being the oldest museum, it is also considered as one with the biggest collection in Mongolia. The palace is the only one left from originally four residences of the Bogd Khan.

Wikipedia: Winter Palace of the Bogd Khan (EN), Website

3. National Museum of Mongolia

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National Museum of Mongolia The original uploader was Exsanguinator at English Wikipedia. / CC BY 2.5

The National Museum of Mongolia ; formerly the National Museum of Mongolian History is located in Ulaanbaatar. It characterizes itself as "a cultural, scientific, and educational organization, which is responsible for the collection, care and interpretation of the objects."

Wikipedia: National Museum of Mongolia (EN), Website

4. Manjusri Monastery

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Manjusri Summer Temple is a Buddhist temple in Mongolia. Manjusri County means "God who holds the paradise of the soul". The foundation stone of Manjusri Monastery was built in 1733 by Luvsanjambaldanzan, the incarnation of the first man of Manjusri Monastery, at the foot of Bogdehan Mountain. In the late eighteenth century, butchers built a dome to draw water from Mount Boggard in the south, forming an artificial lake. In 1760, Badam Hall was built, and in 1770, Yellow Frame Hall was built. With exquisite architectural scheme, Hall, Hall, Rotating Maitreya Buddha, Pagoda Temple, Cool Loughlin, Mamba, Chanid, Zhu De, Mangal and other halls were built. These temples are known as "Kharkamunautai" because they blend harmoniously with the beautiful scenery of Bogde Mountain. By the early twentieth century, the Mongolian name with more than 500 disciples, as well as the millennium given to Gavjiagram, had become an influential monastery. The rest of the church is now preserved as a museum. The more than 200-year-old Manjusri Monastery had 20 buildings and 300 monks when it was demolished in a crackdown in 1937. The monastery's tombstone and the painting of the Great God carved on the rock at the foot of the mountain were recognized as rare historical and cultural relics and were protected by the state in 1998. On the left side of the museum, there is a large jar of Jas River, designed in 1726 by the teapot blacksmith Jarb and his brothers. The pint of this pot, which can prepare food for 1,000 people at a time, is 215 cm, 140 cm deep, has a capacity of 1,800 liters and weighs 2 tons. In order to prepare meals for 1,000 people, 2 yellow meats or more than 10 mutton were cooked with 4 carts of firewood. Currently in the Central Province.

Wikipedia: Манзушри Хийд (MN)

5. National Amusement Park of Mongolia

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Үндэсний соёл амралтын хүрээлэн н ankh 1965 ony 11-р саын 10-ны өdryin shydvereyer Nyssel Ulaanbaatar khotyn хүүхэд, zaluuchuudyn dund soyol хүмүүжлийн ажлыг өргөн zohion, tedny chөлөөт tsagiyyg zөv bolovson өngөрөөөж baikh zorilgoor "Khotyn Soyol Amraltyn Park" nerteygeer baiguulsan. Khүүхдийн park ñ khotyn tөvd dund bajrladag, 35 ha devsger nutagtai, үүнээс 25 ha talbaig ny nogoon baiguulamzh, 1.8 ha gazryg nuur tsөөрөм, 5.6 ha ny togloom tonog tөхөөрөмж, соёлын төвүүдийн bolon as far as ahuin zoriulalttai barylhazhsan talbay yum.

Wikipedia: Үндэсний соёл амралтын хүрээлэн (MN), Website

6. Tonyukuk inscriptions

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Tonyukuk inscriptions Vezirtonyukuk / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Tonyukuk inscriptions, also called the Bain Tsokto inscriptions are Turkic inscriptions of the 8th century located in modern-day Mongolia. They are the oldest written attestations of the Turkic language family, predating the Orkhon inscriptions by several years.

Wikipedia: Bain Tsokto inscriptions (EN)

7. Natural History Museum

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The Mongolian Natural History Museum is a repository and research institution located in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The museum was previously known as the Mongolian National Museum or State Central Museum.

Wikipedia: Mongolian Natural History Museum (EN)


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