Karakorum is found in the northwest corner of Ovorkhangai Province in Mongolia. In the middle of the 13th century, it was the capital of the world, and most of Eurasia was dominated by the power of the city. The missionaries of the Pope and the ambassadors of the Southern Song Dynasty gathered here; various religions and cultures such as Buddhist temples and mosques are also integrated here. the Pope and its surrounding landscapes have become the world cultural heritage of the People's Republic of Mongolia in 2004. Its name on the World Cultural Heritage List is "Orkhon Valley Cultural Landscape".
Visit again on October 6-7, an important historical site! The Thangka and Buddha statues in the museum are worth seeing.
There is a monument of a giant yurt, with some stone foundations buried on the ground, and some places can see the ground covered with gravel pebbles. At that time, following the traces, the diameter was at least five or sixty meters, which is a kind of magnificent imagination.
The site has a large area, a good environment, and part of it has been buried deep underground. Because of the cold weather, it can't eat any more, so it's easy to look at it and leave.
Visiting the historic ancient capitals of Hara and Lin, we experienced this magnificent city. The architecture of the castle was amazing and the scenery around it was beautiful. Visiting the cultural relics and statues left behind in the ancient city is the greatest harvest in Mongolia.
The sky is so blue, the air is so good, the water is so cool.
The capital of Mongolia in its heyday and many historical relics are well preserved. It's worth visiting. It was different from Genghis Khan's.
The environment is very good. Some of them are buried deep underground. Many historical sites are well preserved. It's worth visiting.
It can be imagined that this momentum and brilliance.
This is the capital of the world, from Vienna on the Rhine River, where the autumn wind is bleak.
Typical buildings are plentiful, but it's not very fun to go, not interesting.