This Video Takes You on a Stunning Tour of Mongolia
At the end of last year, Michael Roberts traveled to Mongolia to help film a changing climate documentary. While there, he visited some incredible places and got a glimpse into the locals’ way of life.
You'll Never See Dance and Animation Go Together Like This
In this performance on Mongolia's Got Talent, he combines his incredible dancing skills with animation and computer graphics to create a dazzling light show that will have you mesmerized until the very last moment! A Dancer on Mongolia's Got Talent That Will Blow You Away!
History Lesson: The Mongol Invasion of India
History of 1299: The Mongol Invasion of India video, history, India, Mongolia, mongol, battle of kili, battle history, war history The story of the epic battle between the Mongols and the Indians in the 13th century.
Genghis Khan: Brutal Mass Murderer, or Enlightened Ruler?
How Genghis Khan Rose to Power war, general, China, asia, medieval, empire, Mongolia, Genghis Khan, conquer Genghis Khan is one of the most famed and feared names in history, but how did he become so great?
Full Documentary: Genghis Khan's Legendary Mongol Empire
Genghis Khan's Legendary Mongol Empire video, history, war, youtube, baba recommends, documentary, mongol empire, Mongolia, Genghis Khan, conquest Learn all about his incredible conquests of the legendary Genghis Khan this cinematic full-length documentary.
25 Amazing Facts About the Great Genghis Khan
He united many warring tribes Before Genghis Khan united Mongolia under a single banner, it was nothing more than warring, nomadic tribes. [related_articles] 20. He employed a written script in his empire Uyghur script was adopted as the official language of Mongolia by Genghis Khan. 19.
Lake Baikal in Russia Is Even More Beautiful Frozen Over
Lake Baikal, located in southern Siberia on the border with Mongolia is the world’s largest freshwater lake by sheer volume of water, and is the also the deepest lake in the world, reaching nearly 5.400 feet (1646 meters) at its deepest point.
35 Photos Proving China is a Country of Many Colors
Inner Mongolia 3. Sichuan 4. Heilongjiang 5. Inner Mongoloia 6. Tianjin 7. Chongqing 8. Anhui 9. Wuyuan - Jiangxi 10. Inner Mongolia 11. Heilongjiang 12. Guizhou 1 3. Inner Mongolia 14. Guangxi 15. Jiangxi 16. Sichuan 1 7. Qingling Mountains 18. the Great Wall, Huairou 19.
Mongolian Throat Singing Is Different, and Beautiful
Mongolia is a vast country compared to its population. In fact, it's the least densely populated country in the world.
12 of the Most Unusual Border Crossings in the World
China — Mongolia If you decide to drive from China to Mongolia, or vice versa, you'll be greeted by two kissing dinosaurs.
The Rise and Fall of the Mongol Empire
The History of the Mongol Empire animated, video, history, Empires, TED-Ed, world history, ted ed, mongul empire, history of Mongolia The story of an empire so vast and so powerful, it still leaves signs of its passing thousands of years later.
The Great Wall of China as You’ve Never Seen It Before
The first major wall began construction in the 3rd century BCE after the unification of China under the Qin Dynasty, with the intent of creating a buffer against northerly invasions from the areas of Turkestan and Mongolia, where several confederations of warlike nomads lived.
What a Modern Ghost Town Looks Like!
We’ll talk about Ordos, a wealthy coal-mining town in Inner Mongolia. One of its districts, Kangbashi, is known as a modern ghost town. Kangbashi was designed to have more than 1 million people but remains absolutely empty after the project was launched in 2004.
This Unbelievable Map Lets You Travel Like Marco Polo
Passing through Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, China, Mongolia, Myanmar, India and many other nations, you too will see wonders, fascinating people and fabulous architecture, hear poetry, and even learn about how Polo’s stories came down to us. Enjoy this adventure of a lifetime!
Stupendous Beauty Like Mother Nature's Cannot Be Faked
the Clouds Above Australia Meter Thick Ice of Baikal Lake Rainbow Eucalyptus Bark, Hawaii Lightning in the Form of a Crow Being Watched in the Aspen Woods Perfect Wave Formations in Puerto Chicama, Peru Kuthiny Bata, a Stupendous Natural Monument in Kamchatka Full Moon Over the Border of Altai and Mongolia
19 Unique & Traditional Ways of Life Around the World
Kazakh – Mongolia A semi-nomadic people, the Kazakhs travel the valleys and mountains of Western Mongolia since the 19th-century. Famous for using eagles to hunt, the Kazakhs managed to retain this tradition for decades. 3.
The 12 Least Densely Populated Places on The Planet
Mongolia Population Density: 1.92 The famous commander and ruler Genghis Khan expanded past Mongolia for good reason, because the vastly large, barren and cold steppes of Mongolia are hardly the most habitable place to live.
I'd Love to See Each of These Places. Especially #12.
Gobi Desert, Mongolia Telatyn, Poland Aligned Morondava, Madagascar The Verzasca River, Swiss Alps Portland, Oregon Japanese Garden – A bright orange-red lace-leaf maple Horseshoe Bend on the Colorado River Woodlands in the Netherlands Japanese Maple Tree, Austin, TX Marqueyssac Gardens – Vezac, France
Tea: A Drink That Looks Different in Every Country
Source Mongolia: Suutei Tsai A savory drink, this thick beverage features water, milk, tea, and salt as ingredients. Served in little bowls you will find this drink served with all meals in Mongolia. Source Japan: Matcha This finely powdered green tea boasts many health benefits .
20 Heartfelt Moments Depicting the Human Race
9) A Chinese Coal Miner Takes a Moment to Reflect 10) A Young Eagle Huntress from Mongolia A courageous 13 year old little girl training eagles from the edge of a mountain, in order to help her during the harsh Mongolian winter hunting expeditions. 11) Vietnamese Rice Farmer from a Small Village 12)
2018 Landscape Photographer Of The Year Winners Announced
Author : Ignacio Palacios Location : Gobi Desert, Mongolia internationallandscapephotographer At other times, what defines a stunning shot is its exotic and distant location, like this photo taken in the Gobi desert in Mongolia photographed by Ignacio Palacios.
How Different Families Around the World Eat...
. $68.53 The Batsori from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia (4 people) Weekly food expenditures: U.S. $40.06 The Yim family from Tingo, Ecuador (9 people) Weekly food expenditures: U.S. $31.55 The Namgais from Shingkhey village, Bhutan (13 people) Weekly food expenditures: U.S. $5.03 The Abubakar from Breidjing
Around the World in 44 Frames!
Charles de Gaulle Square, Paris 'Spaceman', Nazca Plateau, Peru Love parade in Berlin A melting iceberg, Unartoq, Greenland El Attaf, Algeria The River Nile at its very narrowest, Egypt Devastated by crude oil in Athabasca, Canada The Flamingos on the Lake Nakuru, Kenia Perifieria Lurte in Ulan-Bator, Mongolia