Erdenet Mongolia Museums
The Mongolian National History Museum shows exhibitions from the Paleolithic Age to the present. The exhibition covers the history of Mongolia, its people, culture, religion, history and culture. Inside the museum, visitors can visit archaeological, ethnographic and historical exhibitions and learn about Mongolia's cultural, historical and cultural heritage and history.
The current building of the museum was built in 1971 as the Museum of the Revolution. The most famous is the winter of 1926 - 1927, which was spent in the house of the Roerich Museum, but also the first museum in Mongolia, the Mongolian National Museum of History in Ulaanbaatar and other museums belong to it.
Edenet, one of the largest copper mines in Asia, was established in 1978 as a joint venture between Mongolia and the Soviet Union and put into operation jointly. Erdenet is the largest copper mine in the region, producing more than 2.5 million tonnes of copper and 1.6 million tonnes of gold annually. The plant, financed by the former Soviet Union and Mongolia, is in the second phase of production and produces copper, gold, silver, lead, zinc, nickel and other metals.
Mongolian and Soviet construction troops of 14,000 men were built over a period of three years, including the Erdenet copper mine, the largest copper plant in the world. The complex contains more than 1,500 buildings and buildings of different sizes and shapes.
There are also several Buddhist temples and museums, and the still functioning Gandan Monastery is worth a visit. Another place worth visiting is the Mining Museum, located in the central square of the city. This museum is rich in the very first in Mongolia, so it is good to get to know this country from here. Inside the museum there is an entrance, which is located on the corner of Erdenet Street, in front of a number of buildings, such as the Mongolian Museum of History and Archaeology.
In the last century alone, Mongolia has hosted a number of museums, such as the Mongolian Museum of History and Archaeology in Erdenet. The historical collection is divided into three parts: the city, the city and the country as a whole. Each city is equipped with a museum, founded by a different group of people, with its own history, culture, traditions and traditions.
From Erdenet, you can take a train to Russia or China via Blacksmith, or a bus to the capital of Mongolia, Ulan Bator. Mongolia has a long history of conflict with Russia, China and other countries in the Eurasian Economic Union.
The train is a reliable way to travel in Mongolia and can take you to your destination as long as it is punctual and on time.
Guided tours are one of the most popular ways to visit and see Mongolia because they are comfortable, fun and safe. It is also important to know that tickets are expensive for people who really only visit Mongolia in the summer. The convenience of these tours should not be overlooked, as travelling to Mongolia can be difficult, especially if you want to view the landscape. Some of them can easily take you to Central Mongolia, take you to the southern Gobi Desert and show you the mountains, rivers, lakes, mountains and other natural features of Mongolia.
Local life is rich and in the Cooking House you can experience authentic Mongolian cuisine and the culture of the people of Mongolia.
The Chowd Museum is a museum of precious stones and minerals found in northern Mongolia and is one of the country's most popular tourist attractions. It is intended to exhibit the rarest and most valuable minerals of Mongolia, such as gold, silver, copper, iron and copper.
One of the most important exhibits in the museum is the Tyrannosaurus Diplodocus, which lived 3.5 to 4 million years ago in northern Mongolia. In Gorkhi Terelj National Park you can see the fossils of dinosaurs that inhabited only the territory of modern Mongolia.
Buryats from Eastern Mongolia, including the Buryats Dadal, live there, and Erdenet has a well-tested road. Asphalt roads connect the museum with ErdENET, the largest city in the country and one of Mongolia's most popular tourist destinations.
Ulan Bator is certainly the most important centre of Mongolia, but there are a few other cities worth exploring. There is not much architecture in Mongolia and there is not much to see in Erdenet, except the museum itself and the city itself.
It is also noteworthy that the largest pilgrimage of Mongolia to the Buddhist center takes place in Ulan Bator, not far from the Erdenet Mongol Museum. As for the Genghis Museum, built by the Battulga company, Sumati says the president should take note of how long the ancient khans of Mongolia have been in power. So it is that Genaghis Khan's first name, Tem - jin, bears a date that contemporary Mongolian scholars accept as the date of birth of his father, the first emperor of Mongolia.