The statue of Genghis Khan is located in Erden County, east of Ulaanbaatar. This is a tall and heavy giant stainless steel statue, which is the largest statue of Genghis Khan in the world. Inside the statue is a museum that displays the precious artifacts of Mongolian nomadic culture. There is also an elevator inside the statue to reach the sightseeing platform on the top of the horse's head. On the platform, you can see the vast prairie all around.
must go place if you come to Mongolia. there is a museum inside it that presents Mongolian cultural stuff. you can take cool pictures wearing Mongolian traditional costumes as well.
Genghis Khan's riding statue, 40 meters high, is carved with 250 tons of stainless steel. It is the largest riding statue of Genghis Khan in the world so far. It is located in Erden County, an hour's drive from Ulan Bator. This statue is really the most representative cultural phenomenon of the prairie empire. It looks quite magnificent and magnificent under the blue sky and white clouds.
Genghis Khan, a leader of Mongolia with different praises and criticisms, is a hero of a generation in any case. The world's largest and tallest statue of Genghis Khan on horseback is located in Erden, Mongolia, an hour's drive from Ulaanbaatar. Silver Genghis Khan stands on a grassland on horseback, which is magnificent and magnificent. Below the statue is the introduction of Genghis Khan and the Mongolian Empire, a military museum.
Genghis Khan's riding statue is situated on the Kimberdorg grassland, 50 kilometers outside the city of Ulan Bator. The statue is 131 feet tall (about 40 meters), reproducing a generation of proud Genghis Khan. In the base of the statue is a museum, which can be seen by people; in the statue there are stairs, which can be climbed up to the horse's head, overlooking the vast grassland...
Definitely a must-see if visiting Mongolia. It was pretty amazing. There’s also the world’s largest leather boot inside the statue.
It's more than an hour's drive from the city of Ulaanbaatar. It's very open around. It's just a statue and a museum underneath it. The statue's horsehead is accessible from inside. There are 10 RMB horseback rides and photo shoots with eagles (which are available in many places). It's a bit hard to come to this place alone. You can stop and enjoy it on your way to Telgi National Park.
You should go and see it. On the endless grassland, stands a 40-meter-high silver sculpture. Genghis Khan, the founder of the Mongol Empire, was riding a big horse and gazing quietly into the distance. Faced with this great man in history, it is amazing.
There are not many people on weekdays and few tourists in off-season. They need tickets, which is equivalent to more than twenty yuan. Inside, you can see the interior of Genghis Khan statue. Take the elevator up to the third floor. From Genghis Khan's chest, you can see that there is a viewing platform. There is a museum on the ground floor. It's small, but it's also interesting. The first exhibition hall can sit in a yurt and take pictures. The back exhibition hall is not allowed to take pictures.
Ticket 8000, 350 is RMB = 1, the first floor is a special shop, take the elevator up to Genghis Khan's horse head, that is, his face opposite, from the top down to see a green grassland is good, a word describes the statue that is the Golden Horse.
The statue is 40 metres high and 253 tons of stainless steel. It is a circular building with two floors above ground and one floor below ground. The hall and shop have one of the largest boots in the world and one giant whip (said to have been found by Genghis Khan in Mongolia). The second floor is the restaurant, where the elevator can go up to the statue's horse head and stand in the wind to see the primitive mountains and grasslands. Beauty is a real beauty.