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Bogd Khaan Palace Museum of Mongolia

4.3/536 Reviews
MuseumHistorical Site

Business Hours

Monday-Sunday 9:00-17:00

Address

Bogd Javzandamba Street | 15 Khan-Uul District, Ulaanbaatar
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About Bogd Khaan Palace Museum of Mongolia

The Museum of Palace in Borg Khan is composed of the Summer Palace and the Winter Palace, which was originally the places where Jebtsundamba Khutughtu, the 8th generation of Borg Khan lived and performed religious activities. The Summer Palace was built in 1893, when Mongolia was still a Chinese territory, so it was built with the approval of the Qing government, which is why the architectural style includes both Mongolian and Chinese styles.

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  • 欲飞的鸟
    5.0

    The Bogekhan Palace Museum, located in the southern suburb of Ulaanbaatar, was first built in 1893 (the nineteenth year of Guangxu in Qing Dynasty). Historically, it was the place where the highest religious leader of Mongolia in Qing Dynasty, Zhebuzundamba VIII, lived and carried out administrative and religious activities. On May 20, 1924, Bogekhan died. Mongolia built his palace into a museum with Mongolian-Tibetan cultural style. The construction method combined with the Han-style engineering practice reflects the new concept of national architectural design. It is one of the most important monuments in Mongolia.

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  • 热爱生活0618
    5.0

    UB's Gandan Temple is well-known and tourists are gathering, but I'm not as impressed as Wuta Temple in Hushi. This is also like the call of the city, known as the must-visit place, but before crossing the door has not been very want to go in. UB's Bogd Khan Museum (also known as Winter Palace) is not close to the urban area, with few visitors, but it is extremely shocking. In the courtyard, the weeds passed through the knees, the wild flowers were patchy, faded and still solemn carved beams and paintings under the house, reflecting the brilliance of the past Zhumen in Washington. In addition to the entrance, there is not a staff member, visitors can not meet five, really clean place. The door was open, the lights were on, and people looked at the room by room. Under the old carpet were all old wooden floors, creaking with every step. Not much light, just pointing to the essence of the house, countless golden Buddhas and silver calendars, multicolored patterns. To my surprise, the interior and exterior elements of the building contain a wide range of elements. There are many traces of the Central Plains culture (carved beams and eaves, on which there are pictures of the Buddhist priest, the Guan Yu Zhou Cang, the immortal crane crane and even the pig's daughter-in-law). At the same time, there are many traditional paintings of Tibetan Buddhist paintings, and the exotic customs of Tianzhu Siam. Museum photography is very expensive, so I didn't turn on my camera, but I just looked over it slowly. Tired of walking, there are seats for people to rest in the garden, which is a dry log cut in half. UB's never-ending high sun shines on the distant Hyundai Tower, only feeling that it has been forgotten by both the Protoss and the people, just as it was in the piety and nobility of the past.

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    Reviewed on 1542030258000
  • 水珠狮子
    5.0

    It's very interesting here. Architecture is influenced by China. This is the winter palace of Mongolia's last man Khan. Part of it is his palace, and the rest is about faith and gods. Neither the gods nor Khan's bedroom or clothes can be photographed, but it's really wonderful. The words of belief can be seen from the deities that are influenced by Chinese Tibetan Buddhism and Indian Buddhism. Tickets are 8000 montage per person, cost-effective is still relatively high. If this temple and Gandan temple can only come in time, the recommendation is Bogekhan Winter Palace, Gandan temple is still being renovated, many partial halls are not allowed to enter, and it does not look very promising. Whether religious or architectural, it is more recommended that the Boghkhan Winter Palace.

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    Reviewed on 1472646256000
  • E58****372
    5.0

    beautiful nature

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    Reviewed on 1566380916000
  • 新概念
    3.0

    Not close to the city, tourists are scarce, but extremely shocked. In the courtyard, the weeds passed through the knees, the wild flowers were patchy, faded and still solemn carved beams and paintings under the house, reflecting the brilliance of the past Zhumen in Washington. In addition to the entrance, there is not a staff member, visitors can not meet five, really clean place. The door was open, the lights were on, and people looked at the room by room. Under the old carpet were all old wooden floors, creaking with every step. Not much light, just pointing to the essence of the house, countless golden Buddhas and silver calendars, multicolored patterns. To my surprise, the interior and exterior elements of the building contain a wide range of elements. There are many traces of the Central Plains culture (carved beams and eaves, on which there are pictures of the Buddhist priest, the Guan Yu Zhou Cang, the immortal crane crane and even the pig's daughter-in-law). At the same time, there are many traditional paintings of Tibetan Buddhist paintings, and the exotic customs of Tianzhu Siam. Museum photography is very expensive, so I didn't turn on my camera, but I just looked over it slowly.

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    Reviewed on 1501887664000
  • mapleseason
    4.0

    Not very big, but the building has a sense of history, collections are still very good, tickets 8000, if you want to take photos, need to spend another 50,000, did not buy a ticket, there are monitors in the city, certainly can not take, even outside the house is not allowed to take, managers check tickets for a while, remind us that we are not allowed to take photos, visitors are not many, buy tickets in the inside, it is easy to see, can only take pictures. It's outside.

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    Reviewed on 1506866523000
  • 西芹辣吵小百合
    4.0

    As a palace, it's too small to be called a post station at most. In fact, because it's still in a busy market, it's not very delicate. There's no need to buy tickets to take pictures, because there's nothing to take pictures inside. If it's really itchy, take pictures in the courtyard with a mobile phone, but it's not recommended. There are some Thangka in the palace, which are exquisite and vivid, and the cultural relics are estimated to be of great value.

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    Reviewed on 1506851746000
  • in老板殷倩
    4.0

    Located in the Hanwula district, the palace is also a building that survived during the period of the Great Cleaning. It is the place where the last emperors and empresses of Mongolia lived. The area of the palace in Mongolia is very large. It is 3 kilometers south of the square. It is a little far to walk. It is suggested to take bus No. 7,19 in bayangolhotel and get there at two stops. Tickets 500. Tickets 5000, children 2000, photographs 50000, photographs 70000. The building itself has no special features. It has been converted into a museum, exhibiting some cultural relics of King Bog Khan VIII. There are six temples in the courtyard. Walk for about 10 minutes from the Bank of the Tule River

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    Reviewed on 1476338408000
  • 138****2398
    5.0

    The last emperor and queen of Mongolia lived in a large area in the palace of Mongolia, which was 3 kilometers south of the square. It is a little far to walk. It is suggested to take Bus No. 7 and No. 19 in Bayangolhotel, where there are two stops. Tickets 500. Tickets 5000, children 2000, photographs 50000, photographs 70000. The building itself has no special features. It has been converted into a museum, exhibiting some cultural relics of King Bog Khan VIII. There are six temples in the courtyard. Walk for about 10 minutes from the Bank of the Tule River

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    Reviewed on 1527726020000
  • 富乐顿市张辽
    5.0

    It is the only surviving building in Mongolia's dilapidated four-year-old and large-scale cleaning. It is also the palace of the last emperor of Mongolia. It has a good appearance and a large area.

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    Reviewed on 1492478967000
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