Great kingdoms have risen and fallen in the past; one of those is the Mongol empire. Under Genghis Khan, they became very prosperous and conquered a lot of kingdoms. The Mongolians once ruled a vast majority of the areas surrounding modern day Mongolia. At the peak of the Mongol empire, it had up to 9 million square miles of territory.
The Industrial Revolution which was responsible for the emergence of modern technology made the nations in Western Europe and the United States the most developed, advanced, and powerful nations in the world. From the 1850s they decided to transfer the industrial knowledge to Japan; by 1904 Japan emerged as the only non-European industrialized and developed nation in the world.
Recently, experts discovered something amazing in a sixth century Turkic burial site in the mountains of Mongolia and it had everyone talking. The site contained a mummified corpse that had been perfectly preserved thanks to the climate in which she was buried. But that wasn't all they found... When the mummy was buried, she was laid to rest with all sorts of finery of the age. It was the first time researchers were able to get a clear picture of just what the textiles and crafts were from that era. They were
Monastery bell In 2015, at a temple in Tacoma, Washington, a three thousand pound twelve foot high tall monastery bell was stolen, police were baffled as to how thieves managed to steal this enormous bell, the thieves most likely melted down the ball for it's copper Dinousar A man named Eric Prokopic brought the fossilised skeleton of a dinosaur from Mongolia to US, prokopic auctioned the dinosaur bones for over one million dollars, however it was discovered he stole the fossil from Mongolia, he spent three
17 Times Nature Wanted to Amaze Everyone but Got a Bit Carried Away With These Specie Of Animals Nature is perhaps more than just the trees and the plant but something beyond this world that influences the creation and manipulation of everything that exists in our world. Fortunately, nature never fails but it also never stops creating and these creations can be very interesting at times in how they successfully fit into the list of the most bizarre and incredible living creatures that boast the most outlandish
Rentsenkhorloo is an American model who was born and raised in the United State of America.The 29-years-old model who was born in the US, but originated from Mongolia, in Asia, is one lady who has been reckoned by many to own the longest pair of legs in the world.
Nigeria's Blessing Oborodudu has qualified for the women’s 68kg gold medal contest after a semi-final victory at the 2020 Tokyo, she becomes the first Nigerian representative set to win a medal at the ongoing Olympics. After so many disappointments and disqualification that has befallen Team Nigeria at the Olympics, it's good to see a great news to put smile on the faces the supporters.
According to the international agreements between Mongolian government and Chinese government, there is no fight, and Mongolia should be independent just like Inner Mongolia autonomous Region should belong to China. So, there is no conflict whatsoever between the two, nor any reason for it. But the situation is worth a better explanation. Mongolia has always been geographically divided into two territories: Outer Mongolia and Inner Mongolia. Outer Mongolia is actually the territory of the Mongolian Nation as
There are many beautiful and rare creatures living on this planet earth, we may not know some of them because they do not dwell in our environment but thanks to the internet we are able to see these animals from the comfort of our homes. From watching TV, we all know what a leopard looks like and how they behave. But do you know that there are different types of leopards? The snow leopard is a very rare and beautiful subspecies of leopards. The snow leopard is scientifically known as Panthera uncia. It lives
Mongolia, a nation bordered by China and Russia, is known for vast, rugged expanses and nomadic culture.Its capital, Ulaanbaatar, centers around Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan) Square, named for the notorious founder of the 13th- and 14th-century Mongol Empire.Also in Ulaanbaatar are the National Museum of Mongolia, displaying historic and ethnographic artifacts, and the restored 1830 Gandantegchinlen Monastery.
In however much it would appear that numerous things are going awful in Nigeria, we also neglected how honored we are by God and how peaceful we live preferable in certain conditions than the white individuals abroad who we feel carry on with preferred lives over us.
Mongolia, a nation bordered by China and Russia, is known for vast, rugged expanses and nomadic culture. Its capital, Ulaanbaatar, centers around Chinggis Khaan (Genghis Khan) Square, named for the notorious founder of the 13th- and 14th-century Mongol Empire. Also in Ulaanbaatar are the National Museum of Mongolia, displaying historic and ethnographic artifacts, and the restored 1830 Gandantegchinlen Monastery.
Ever wonder what do people in other countries eat?What could be totally weird for us to eat could be a luxurious delicacy for others — and the other way around.
Yesterday World Cup Qualifiers game saw the Belgium national football team put eight (8) goals past the Belarus national football team with goals coming from Michy Batshuayi - 14 minute, Hans Vanaken - 17th and 89th minute, Leanardo Trossard - 38th and 75th minute, Jeremy Doku - 42nd minute, Dennis
In some ways, a festival is the ultimate way to experience a country. The immersion into the culture, celebrations and community can be a life-changing experience that few outsiders may encounter. Usually crammed into a few short days, these festivals can be a fleeting yet unforgettable experience. The world over, there are series of cultural festivals observed by people of different race, some are tribal based, some are color based while some are racial based. Some of these festivals include but not
An exiled Iranian judoka Saeid Mollaei has landed in Israel to participate in the Judo Grand Slam competition holding this week in Tel Aviv According to the BBC, Mollaei, who refused to withdraw - if he had won his fight - from competing against his Israeli opponent Sagi Muki in Japan
Football the beautiful game has it's on day of wonders and amusements, and it seems today was an early and bountiful harvest for the Japanese national team as they beat Mongolia by a wide goal margin.
Japan were back in action in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) world cup qualifiers, as they had previously won 4 games out of 4 in group F of the Asian World Cup qualification zone.
On Monday morning citizens of China in the capital city of Beijing were greeted with the sight of yellow skies.Massive clouds of dust were seen all over the skies as they seriously hampered visibility throughout the city.
The Xiongnu, the first nomadic empire in Asia, left no known written records to explain their origins, making this an intriguing ancient genetic mystery. But a new study has cast light on how the Xiongnu and Mongol empires and other ancient Central Asian cultures formed and interacted with each other. Researchers have taken on the daunting task of reconstructing the 6,000 year genetic history of Mongolia - including the time of the rise and fall of the nomadic empires - with some surprising results. A release by