Mongolia



The land known for their nomadic way of life and of feareless leaders such as Chinggis Khan, Kublai Khan among others, Mongolia built up the largest empire in history that strectched from as far as Poland and Hungary to the sea of Japan. (It twice attempted to invade Japan but its ships were sunk by storms which led to the Japanese term Kqmikaze (divine wind)).

Mongolia still produces fearless people today in the sports of wrestling and boxing it still has it successs. Its main festival of Naadam draws visitors from around the world to watch westling, archery and observe its culture.
Mongolia has harsh winters and having the coldest capital in the world in Ulaanbaatar but attractive mountains, lakes, desert and hospitable people.

See:
Ulaanbaatar
Arkhangai, Khustain Nuruu and nearby places