Mongolian Kazakhs are rich in cultural heritage

These include:
-Art crafts such as wooden bowls, spoons, pots, horse saddle frames, chests, bed frames, handcraft for decoration of the inside of the traditional Kazakh tent-dwelling.


Mongolia Visa

The Mongolian visa is a permission granted to foreign citizens or stateless person by Mongolian authorized organization to enter the territory of Mongolia.


Altai Tavan Bogd

Altai Tavan Bogd National Park is in Bayan-Ulgii Province, Mongolia.

Munkhhairhan Mountain

Munkhhairhan mountain is the second peak in Mongolia elevated to the altitude of 4204 meters in Mongol Altai mountainous region.


Khoid Tsenkheriin Agui (Cave)

Reproduction of cave painting, perhaps earliest depiction of Bactrian camel.
Paleolithic period, ca. 4000-15000 BCE.


Fox hunting with a Golden Eagle (BBC-Human Planet)

Mongolian Currency

A number of documents provide evidences that since the Hun, Tureg, and Uigur empires, the Mongols have utilized coinage in trade. Upon establishing the unified Mongol Empire, Chinggis Khan introduced gold and silver coins called Sukhes and later, in the year of 1227, introduced the world's first paper money /banknote/ into circulation. This proves that Chinggis Khan effectively used the role of trade and money exchanges when holding the nation's political, economic, and cultural systems under strong centralized power.