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Blog | published: 2017-05-16
Why Mongolia and China countries do not get along as a single country is their culture, the way they lead their lifestyle and their mindsets that share very little in common leaving the Great Wall as a token of the fine line between them. The Mongolian Empire after Genghis separated into four major khanates, and Yuan was one of it. King Khublai adapted the Chinese bureaucratic system and reserved Chinese culture throughout the dynasty while using Chinese scholars for most of the governmental positions, and this is why Yuan is considered a Chinese dynasty ran by Mongolian nobles and royalties, instead of another traditional Mongolian-nomadic khanate. China is more like a civilization entity rather than a state or a nation, since the history of China is written by different cultural and ethnicity groups competing for the throne.
Blog | published: 2017-05-03
Did dinosaurs flirt? It seems incredible to imagine, but the answer seems to be yes, at least in the case of the oviraptor, a small theropod dinosaur that lived during the late Cretaceous Period (about 75 million years ago). New research reveals that oviraptors may have waved their flexible tail feathers to attract potential mates, in a way that resembles the habits of a modern-day peacock.
Blog | published: 2017-04-05
Great Mongolian Empire territory exists from Hungary and Poland in the west, close to Medina and Mekka and almost north part of India in south west, some part of Burma in the south, until the coast of Pacific ocean in the east and half part of Siberia in the north. This Mongolian big territory were provided with travel & post stations in distance of 20-30 km and travelers, tourists and merchants were traveling free on the roads, specially, economy is flourishing along the silk road and its neighboring towns and villages. Mongolian Empire existed between 1206 and 1380 as making some Dynasties: Yuan Dynasty (present China and Indochina countires), Golden Horde (Central asia and Russia, Ukraine), IL Khanate (Turkey, India and Persian countries). There Mongolian Lords were living and leading the country as keeping Mongolian tradition, specially for government building, state meeting, state official ceremonies.
Blog | published: 2017-03-23
To hear the Romans tell it, the arrival of Huns at the empire's border was an unmitigated catastrophe. “The Huns in multitude break forth with might and wrath … spreading dismay and loss,” read a poem engraved on a wall in ancient Constantinople. “And naught but loss of life and breath their course shall ever stay.” The nomadic Huns, who ranged across Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia, were called “treacherous,” “scarcely human,” “the scourge of all lands.” Historical accounts, many of them written long after the wars with the Huns were over, blamed them for the fall of Rome and the Dark Ages that followed. It's certainly true that the Huns' military campaign cut the Roman Empire to its core. But Susanne Hakenbeck, an archaeologist at the University of Cambridge, was suspicious of accounts by the bitter losers.
Blog | published: 2017-03-11
Starting from 1,June 2017 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s tour managers add a sightseeing route of Khavtsgait rock paintings into south gobi desert tour program. The rock paintings are discovered by local people in many centuries ago, but it was recently recognized and studied by archaeological study students and it is becoming the tourists attraction in gobi desert area.
Blog | published: 2017-01-15
Each year Blue Mongolia agency’s tour department enriches our fund of tour programs with 1 new program. In 2017 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s staff offers ART tour to our clients and travelers. At the end of the trip travelers will have one acclimatization day and they can take painting fun in open air. What type of painting he/she wants to draw is up to him/her.
Blog | published: 2016-11-19
In 2016 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s staff presented ATV Tour to our active clients and adventure travelers. ATV travel was very attractive and really good fun for travelers. During this travel travelers rode atv everyday and headed to Chinggis Khan statue, 13th century cultural park, nomad family, hot and cold springs in Khentii mountain ranges, ancient historical places, Terelj national park and so on..
Blog | published: 2015-12-15
In 2015 Blue Mongolia Tour agency’s staff offers SHAMANISM TRAVEL to our clients and travelers. Mongolian nomads’ daily activities and their tradition is related to shamanism activities and philosophy, so our tour staff considered the introductions of shamanism culture to travelers as a part of Mongolian travel products.
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