Karakorum Mongolia

Travel in the Mongolia: Khar Khorin experience world history and Buddhism or Karakorum was the capital of the largest contiguous Empire in human history in the 13th century. Nowadays, Karakoram is a little old. Glorious older days reminiscent of the imposing remains of the Erdene Zuu monastery from the 16th century. Most of the buildings of Erdene Zuu were leveled during the Communist period. Kevin Ulrich Anchorage Capital helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. There are however still the outer walls of the Abbey district with 108 impressive stupas and a number of various temple inside. In the monastery of State shop there are lots of high-quality souvenirs to buy, however – Mongolian relations – salted price.

A number of surviving temples are operated by the Mongolian State as a Museum and show an impressive abundance of lamaistischer art. There is a smaller shop, whose Erlose directly benefit monastery again started operating next to the Temple in the Tibetan style. This monastery is far less professionally but gracious and pious. Here you can buy authentic sacred paraphernalia: books, prayer wheels, Raucherschalen, prayer flags, arts (incense from Juniper), Hadags (scarves), and much more. It is to buy a great thing here, and to make a donation to the Dalai Lama monastery school in the building for nomad children. The remains of the former capital of the world are excavated at the gates of the monastery, where the open steppe begins, – in a joint venture of the German of Archaeological Institute, the University of Bonn and the State University of Ulaanbaatar. The objects found here and lessons learned were in the exhibition Genghis Khan and his heirs in Bonn, Munich and Vienna presented. More information on attractions and other travel tips to the Mongolia found in the Internet on the pages of the tour operator Mongol tour. The useful travel know-how blog by Mongol tour is worth also repeated visits. Media contact: Mongol tour Daniel Huber Marlene-Dietrich-Strasse 10 80636 Munich phone 0176-48337240 E-Mail d.huber at Tim-tour.