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According to shoppingpicks, January marks the start of winter in Mongolia, with temperatures dropping as low as -30°C (-22°F). Snowfall is frequent and heavy during this time, making outdoor activities difficult to impossible. It is important to take extra precautions against hypothermia and frostbite during this period. February brings slightly warmer temperatures than January, with daily highs ranging between -20°C (-4°F) and -10°C (14°F). Snowfall remains frequent during this time as well, so it’s still important to take extra precautions against hypothermia and frostbite when venturing outdoors. March sees further increases in temperature ,daily highs ranging between 0 – 5 degrees Celsius (32 – 41 Fahrenheit) while snowfall continues its steady decrease throughout March allowing for easier enjoyment of all sorts outdoorsy stuff such as hiking etc.. April brings milder weather ,daily highs ranging between 10-15 degrees Celsius (50-59 Fahrenheit) while rainfall starts becoming more frequent making outdoor activities a bit easier than before although still requiring proper planning beforehand regarding heat exhaustion/dehydration prevention measures etc.. May marks the start of spring in Mongolia ,with temperatures reaching up to 20°C (68°F). Rainfall is more common at this time, but there are still plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities such as camping and hiking. It’s important to take appropriate measures against heat exhaustion/dehydration prevention when engaging in these activities. The climate of Mongolia is characterized by extremes. First, extreme differences between summer and winter. In winter the mercury can drop to -50°C, in summer it can easily reach 40°C in the southern Gobi Desert. In the mountainous center and north, with an average summer temperature of 20-25 ° C, it is a good place to be. Extreme differences also exist between day and night. Minima and maxima are often 15 to 20 degrees apart within 24 hours. The winters are bone dry, most precipitation falls in the summer. Not large amounts though. Check aristmarketing for Mongolia in 1997.

Mongolia Presidents and Prime Ministers

National Flag of Mongolia According to aceinland, the national flag of Mongolia is a vertical tricolor featuring three equal bands of red, blue, and yellow. The colors were chosen to represent the country’s three major ethnic groups: the Mongols, Turkic peoples, and Khalkh Mongols. The flag was adopted in 1992 following Mongolia’s transition from a… Read More »

Mongolia Geography and Population

Mongolia (Geography) Mongolia is characterized by vast plateaus; 80% of the area is at an altitude of over 1000 m. To the west and north, the plateau is replaced by mountain ranges; furthest to the west is the 1600 km long Altai Chain (Mönh Hairhan 4200 m), east of it Hangai (up to 3460 m)… Read More »

Sights of Mongolia

Mongolia is a top destination for people who love to travel and are adventurous. There is not much more than the famous huts, the yurts and the famous conqueror Genghis Khan that we associate with this inhospitable land. On this page we show that Mongolia is more than just that. Take, for example, the desolate… Read More »

Mongolia Basic Information

Basic data Capital Ulaanbaatar Population 3.40 million Language Mongolian (Official) Religion 53% Buddhism, 3% Islam, 2.3% Shamanism, 2.2% Christianity, 38.6% Atheists or Agnostics State system a semi-presidential republic Head of State Uchnagijn Churelsuch Head of government Luvsannamsrajn Ojun-Erdene Currency name tugrik (MNT) Travel Time shift +7h (in summer +6h) Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD)… Read More »

Mongolia Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax system Basic data According to cheeroutdoor.com, the Mongolian economy is heavily dependent on the mining sector, especially on the export of coal and copper ore, its growth is thus linked to the development of world commodity prices. The government aims to diversify the… Read More »

Mongolia Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Mongolia Before traveling to Mongolia, Russian citizens who are not registered in the regions bordering Mongolia must apply for a visa. To do this, the following documents are submitted to the Embassy of the country: – a foreign passport, valid for at least 6 months from the date of… Read More »

History in Mongolia

At the beginning of the 12th century, a union of Mongolian tribes, the Khamag-Mongol, was formed on the territory of modern Mongolia. At this time, the main opponents of the Mongols were the Tatars and the Chinese. In 1202, the troops of the Khamag-Mongol ruler – commander Temuchin, later known as Genghis Khan, conquered the… Read More »

Mongolia Resorts and Attractions

Mongolia is a state in Central Asia. Common borders with Russia in the north and with China in the west, east and south. Previously, Mongolia was part of the USSR and was considered the 16th union republic, but in 1991 the country declared independence. The capital is Ulaanbaatar. The official language is Mongolian. Currency –… Read More »

Mongolia History

The thaw that began in the second half of the 1980s in relations between Beijing and Moscow had repercussions on the international position of Mongolia, linked to the USSR since its birth in 1924. The gradual withdrawal, between 1987 and 1992, of the Soviet troops stationed in Mongolia favored a progressive normalization of relations between… Read More »

Mongolia State Facts

  CAPITAL Ulaanbaatar STATE STRUCTURE Parliamentary republic INTERNAL DIVISION Mongolia is divided into 21 aimags, which in turn have 329 soums in their composition. The capital Ulaanbaatar is an independent administrative unit SQUARE 1,564,116 km² CLIMATE Sharply continental climate with harsh winters and dry hot summers OFFICIAL LANGUAGE Mongolian CURRENCY Mongolian tugrik POPULATION 3.12 million… Read More »

Mongolia Geography

Mongolia. It is a state in Northeast Asia. It borders the Republic of Russia (CIS) to the North and China to the East, South and West. The capital is Ulaanbaatar. Its main activity is the nomadic herding of different animals, with a modest agriculture that is based on the cultivation of cereals and sweet beets. Ulaanbaatar is the capital city of… Read More »

Mongolia Travel Advice

General travel information for Mongolia Continent: Asia Geographical location: Central Asia north of the Himalayas, located in the northern hemisphere. Highest elevation: Chüiten in the Altai Mountains (4,374 m above sea level) Longest river: Orkhon (1,400 km) Form of government: Parliamentary republic System of Government: Parliamentary democracy Languages: Mongolian Neighboring countries: Russia and China Capital:… Read More »