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Altangerel Art Gallery on
Description: Specializes in collecting, and researching Mongolian and Asian antiquities and art for the last 18 years.
Category: Mongolia > Asian Arts only > Art Gallery or Dealer
[Posted Feb 1, 2007 - Updated Mar 6, 2008 - Hits:223]

Electric Samurai
Description: An interesting site with a plethora of high-quality photographs of various Asian locations, including Mongolia. Also includes work by Asian artists.
Category: Mongolia > Asian Arts only > Content Web Site
[Posted Jun 2, 1999 - Hits:798]

Genghis Khan on the Web
Description: Annotated resource directory to the Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan and his times. Includes an extensive art and exhibits section.
Category: Mongolia > Asian Culture In general > Content Web Site
[Posted Aug 24, 2004 - Hits:138]

Going Home: continuity and change in modern Mongolia
Description: Many people from all over the world move between the city and the country. Rural and urban areas have always been economically and socially interdependent, Mongolia is no exception. Despite increased urbanism, connection to the country remains a fundamental aspect of Mongolian life and frequent movement between these two settings is important in maintaining both familial ties and economic security in the modern world.
Category: Mongolia > Asian Culture In general > Content Web Site
[Posted Sep 19, 2000 - Hits:693]

The Revival of Buddhism in Mongolia
Description: During the repression of the 1930s, an off-shoot of the Stalinist purges in the Soviet Union, more than 20,000 monks were killed and over 800 temples and monasteries destroyed in Mongolia. In 1990 all barriers to religion were removed since when 160 monasteries and nunneries have been re-opened. The photographs show the lay people returning to worship without any obstruction, the education of young nuns and monks and the construction of new monasteries.
Category: Mongolia > Asian Arts only > Content Web Site
[Posted Sep 7, 2000 - Hits:754]

Travel to Mongolia
Description: Learn mongolian and travel to Mongolia with

Category: Mongolia > Asian Culture In general > Content Web Site
[Posted Apr 26, 2006 - Hits:108]

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