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  • 1. Capital Ulaanbaatar 2Area total: 1.565 million km 2 water: 9,600 km 2 and: 1,555,400 kmPopulation 2,791,272 (July 2006 est.)Language Khalkha Mongol
  • 2. Gobi Steppe Timber Forest Sierra
  • 3. Spring Summer Autumn Winter
  • 4. One of theethnicitiesthat settles inthe east sideof Mongolia isBarga.
  • 5. Darkhad isdescendants of forestinhabitants whoinhabited in the northside of Mongolia.This ethnicity isformed with thecombination of groupsof Mongol and Turkictribes.
  • 6. Buryat people wearhats with conicaltops.Women’s costumeshave lapels withnarrow edgings andhems with darkcolored bordering.Shoes are made ofcattle leather.
  • 7. Bayad men wearwhite garmentlined withsheepskin.Women’s costumeshave white cottonlapels. Their shoesare seamed withcamel woolenstitches and madewith double-layered bottoms.
  • 8. Dariganga ethnic groupsettles in SukhbaatarprovinceThey are famous withtheir great talent inherding techniques andcrafting and sculpturing.
  • 9. Dorbet people generallywear silver accessories.Dorbet womencostumes have whiteloose, and folded lapels.A sole of a shoe is madewithout felt, but withleather.
  • 10. Khalkha ethnicity has its ownunique dressings and costumes,named Deel.As for men’s costume, the lapelis loose and its edging is single-layered, the sleeve is broad andlong, and the back hem isbroader than the front one.Khalkha women chiefly wear thecostume, which made of colorfulsilk and with big shoulder andlong sleeve.
  • 11. Kazakh is the bigethnic grouporiginated from Turkictribe.In modern times,Kazakh group isofficially consideredas one of Mongolianethnicities.
  • 12. Hoton is theTurkic tribe thathad mixed withDorbet people,200 years ago.
  • 13. Ancestors of Myangadpeople were one ofthe groups thatinhabited in the forestby the river and got bydomesticatingreindeers and huntinganimals.
  • 14. Oold is one of theethnic groups ofOirda Mongol tribe.They are thedescendants ofsurvivors from Ooldwar.
  • 15. Torgut men used towear the hat namedkhalvan, but nowadaysthey use it only duringthe traditional danceceremony.Torgut costumes haveloose sleeves and longhems.
  • 16. Uriankhai is theethnic group inwest Mongolia.Their ancestorsare the hunterswho had lived insouthernMongolia formany years.
  • 17. Zakhchin is onedivision of OirdaMongol.Their ancestorswere peacekeepersalong the border ofEast MongoliaKingdom.
  • 18. Uzemchin is the ethnicgroup that settle inWestern Mongolia.Eastern Uzemchins livein Dornod province,whereas WesternUzemchins live inSukhbaatar province.
  • 19. The Presidentasseveration ceremony
  • 20. “Mongolians with Deel” festival
  • 21. “Naadam” festival
  • 22. Thank you