The Zaisan Memorial is ring-shaped as a whole. The ring-shaped wall is decorated with colored tiles. The colored tile patterns are based on the friendship between the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Mongolia. They vividly reproduce the scenes of Soviet supporting for Mongolia's independence in 1921, Soviet Army defeating the Japanese Kwantung Army on the Mongolian border in 1939 and major historical moments including the former Soviet space flight. The location of the Zaisan Anti-Japanese Memorial is also a great place to enjoy the whole view of Ulaanbaatar. From here, the city of Ulaanbaatar is in full view and the Tula River flows quietly through the city.
Located in the rich suburbs. Free visit. Mongolian friends told us that this is where they will come on the important day of their marriage and graduation. It takes more than 1000 steps to reach the top. In the middle of the summit are vendors who can supply food and water, as well as small gift shops. The top can overlook the whole Ulaanbaatar, very beautiful. There is also the project of taking pictures of eagles 2000, which can be taken by more than one person at a time. It's worth going. Tickets are not accepted at present.
Zhai Shan Monument was built mainly by the former Soviet Union to commemorate the Second World War. It is a circular, circular, wall adhered to ceramic tile color, ceramic tile color pattern to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Mongolia's friendship as the theme, a strong sense of history. The monument is on the top of the hill, from which you can see the whole of Ulaanbaatar. In good weather, the scenery is very beautiful.
Zhai Mountain Monument at the top of a hill in the southern suburb of Ulan Bator. Commemorate the Soviet Union and Mongolian soldiers who died in World War II. The murals made of color tiles are 360 panoramic views of Zhai Shan in the southern suburb of Ulan Bator. Look at Ulan Bator from Zhai Shan Monument.
The Zhai Shan Monument, also known as the Su Meng Monument, is located in Zhai Shan, south of Ulan Bator. On the top of the circular color murals, the important events of helping Mongolia independence, fighting Japanese aggressors and the friendship between the Soviet Union and Mongolia during the Red Army period are recorded. Standing here, you can see the appearance of Ulan Bator and the Tula River flowing by the city. At the foot of the monument, there is a memorial hall with a Soviet tank in front of it.
Located in the southern suburb of Ulaanbaatar on the South Bank of Tura. During the Second World War in 1940, the Allied forces of Mongolia and the Soviet Union severely damaged the Japanese army and cut off the plan of Axis to join forces in Central Asia. The monument commemorates the unknown heroes of several battles. The circular walls are covered with tiles, recording modern battles and history. This is also the best place to appreciate Ulan Bator. The Soviet government was founded in 1971 to commemorate the heroes who died in World War II.
It's really not very high, just climb slowly. If you drive, you can go to half the hillside and walk less than half. After you go up, you can see a couple of new people and family taking photos. It feels that the people of Ulaanbaatar like to get married and take photos in Genghis Khan Square and Zhai Shan. They can see the scenery of Ulaanbaatar from high places, but they feel that the city planning is not very good, beside the Tule River, many of them are under construction. There are many buildings, although not very close to the city, but this is also a geomantic treasure land with mountains and waters.
After Bogekhan Palace, we went straight to Zhai Shan, and soon arrived. Then we began to climb the mountain. We did have a sweat before we reached the top of the mountain. We could see that this is a geomantic treasure land. There are mountains, Zhai Shan and water-Tule River. So high-grade buildings and villas are being built here. The monument is a bit magnificent. There are murals that record that period of history. It would be nice to have time to come and walk around.
Zhai Shan Anti-Japanese Monument, built by the former Soviet Union, is located on a hill south of Ulan Bator, Mongolia's capital. It is mainly built in memory of the Soviet and Mongolian soldiers who died in World War II. It is not only the most popular attraction for school outings all over Mongolia, but also the most popular place for students to hold graduation ceremonies. It has become one of the most important places for patriotic education in Mongolia.
It's free here. Why do you recommend it? Firstly, on the top of the monument you can see colorful paintings in memory of the friendship between Mongolia and the Soviet Union; secondly, you can see the panorama of Ulaanbaatar. I took some panoramic pictures. The colorful painting is a complete story, so I don't want to put some pictures out of context. Along the way, there will be old people who sell hand-painted postcards. The price is fair. They can also take photos with eagles. The cost-effective ratio is also high. The panorama is really beautiful, the wind is very strong, a little cold, but very comfortable, very comfortable.
Another 1.5 kilometers south of the Winter Palace is also a 7-way ride, so it's OK to walk past the Winter Palace after visiting it. No tickets. On the top of a hill, you can see a panoramic view of Ulaanbaatar, or you can.