MONGOLIATips and tools for creating and presenting wide format slides
Contents1. History 1 Historical chronology o Great Mongol Empire i Chinggis Khan2. Culture 2 Nomadic Lifestyle, Ger e Costumes e Naadam festival e Mongolian food3. Economy 3 Macro economy 3 Micro economy3 Population3 Modern Mongolia
Brief Introduction of Mongolia Country name: Mongolia Area: 1,564,116 sq km Population : 2,951,786 Location : Northern Asia, between China and Russia(landlocked) Climate : desert; continental (large daily and seasonal temperature ranges)
Northern part of Mongolia – Huvsgul, Selenge forest area
Fishing and Eco tourism, Mountain and Lake travel
Western part of Mongolia - Altai mountain area
Mongolian economy•Economic activity in Mongolia has traditionally been based on herding andagriculture.•Mongolia has extensive mineral deposits (Mining products are one of third inGDP)•Last decades to make reform-embracing, free-market economics andextensive privatization of the formerly state-run economy•Mongolias economy continues to be heavily influenced by its neighbors. Forexample, Mongolia purchases 95% of its petroleum products and asubstantial amount of electric power from Russia, leaving it vulnerable toprice increases. Trade with China represents more than half of Mongoliastotal external trade - China receives nearly 70% of Mongolias exports
Sky Resort "Sky Resort" opened November 2009 and invited world recognized ski industry experts from France and Italy with equipments and technologies. The resort is located 13 km from south east of Ulanbator in the KHURKHREE valley of Bogd mountain. There are 7 ski trails of beginner, intermediate and advanced level also have ski school and sledge area with total 6000 m length.