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  • MONGOLIA. 2012. Near the Enkhiin Els dunes. A child near a ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads.MONGOLIA. 2012. Near the Enkhiin Els dunes. A child near a ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads.
  • MONGOLIA. 2012. An outpost near Ulan Bator.MONGOLIA. 2012. An outpost near Ulan Bator.
  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People pray inside the Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara Temple in the Gandantegchinlen Monastery. The monastery is situated on a hill top near the Peace Avenue, city's main road.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People pray inside the Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara Temple in the Gandantegchinlen Monastery. The monastery is situated on a hill top near the Peace Avenue, city's main road.
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      Gandantegchinlen Monastery, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People pray inside the Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara Temple in the Gandantegchinlen Monastery. The monastery is situated on a hill top near the Peace Avenue, city's main road.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Outside Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara Temple in the Gandantegchinlen Monastery, feet of a new construction Buddha statue. The monastery is situated on a hill top near the Peace Avenue, city's main road.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Outside Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara Temple in the Gandantegchinlen Monastery, feet of a new construction Buddha statue. The monastery is situated on a hill top near the Peace Avenue, city's main road.
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      Gandantegchinlen Monastery, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Outside Boddhisattva Avalokiteshvara Temple in the Gandantegchinlen Monastery, feet of a new construction Buddha statue. The monastery is situated on a hill top near the Peace Avenue, city's main road.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, September 2012. Near Gandantegchinlen Monastery. A boy carrying home a water tank. Not every house, even in the city center like here, has running water inside.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, September 2012. Near Gandantegchinlen Monastery. A boy carrying home a water tank. Not every house, even in the city center like here, has running water inside.
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      Peace Avenue, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, September 2012. Near Gandantegchinlen Monastery. A boy carrying home a water tank. Not every house, even in the city center like here, has running water inside.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Industrial site in the outskirts of the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Industrial site in the outskirts of the city.
  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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      Black Market, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People in the parking lot of the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People in the parking lot of the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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      Black Market, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People in the parking lot of the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. A man walking in the outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 milion citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. A man walking in the outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 milion citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Outskirts of the city, Ulan Bator,, Ulan Bator,, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. A man walking in the outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 milion citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People on a bus.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. People on a bus.
  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Some of the big pipes that, coming from the plants in the city outskirts, provide heating for the city centre's buildings.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Some of the big pipes that, coming from the plants in the city outskirts, provide heating for the city centre's buildings.
  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. A traffic jam near the Black Market. Due to the lack of public transports the roads of Mongolian capital city are often affected by huge traffic jams.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. A traffic jam near the Black Market. Due to the lack of public transports the roads of Mongolian capital city are often affected by huge traffic jams.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. A traffic jam near the Black Market. Due to the lack of public transports the roads of Mongolian capital city are often affected by huge traffic jams.
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  • MONGOLIA.  2012. A settlement in the Gobi desert.MONGOLIA.  2012. A settlement in the Gobi desert.
  • MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012 A boy controls his family's camels.MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012 A boy controls his family's camels.
  • MONGOLIA.  Gobi desert, 2012 A tank supplies a gas station.MONGOLIA.  Gobi desert, 2012 A tank supplies a gas station.
  • MONGOLIA.  Gobi desert, 2012. Construction works in a village.MONGOLIA.  Gobi desert, 2012. Construction works in a village.
  • MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A boy inside a ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads. Families ususally plant more then a single ger, in some cases they plant one or two gers for  tourists.MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A boy inside a ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads. Families ususally plant more then a single ger, in some cases they plant one or two gers for  tourists.
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      Inside a Ger, Dundgovi Province, Mongolia - 13/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A boy inside a ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads. Families ususally plant more then a single ger, in some cases they plant one or two gers for tourists.
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  • MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A buddhist votive pile of stones. Together with stones many other objects are used like offering on the piles. The most commons are money, drapes with the sacred buddhist colors and parts of dead animals. In this case  stool.MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A buddhist votive pile of stones. Together with stones many other objects are used like offering on the piles. The most commons are money, drapes with the sacred buddhist colors and parts of dead animals. In this case  stool.
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      Gobi desert, Ömnögovi Province, Mongolia - 16/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A buddhist votive pile of stones. Together with stones many other objects are used like offering on the piles. The most commons are money, drapes with the sacred buddhist colors and parts of dead animals. In this case stool.
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  • MONGOLIA,2012. Near Ongiin Khiid monastery. Some people enjoy a swim in the Ongi gol river.MONGOLIA,2012. Near Ongiin Khiid monastery. Some people enjoy a swim in the Ongi gol river.
  • MONGOLIA, 2012. An outpost on the road to Ulan Bator.MONGOLIA, 2012. An outpost on the road to Ulan Bator.
  • MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A buddhist votive pile of stones. Together with stones many other objects are used like offering on the piles. The most commons are money, drapes with the sacred buddhist colors and parts of dead animals.MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A buddhist votive pile of stones. Together with stones many other objects are used like offering on the piles. The most commons are money, drapes with the sacred buddhist colors and parts of dead animals.
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      Gobi desert, Mongolia - 29/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. A buddhist votive pile of stones. Together with stones many other objects are used like offering on the piles. The most commons are money, drapes with the sacred buddhist colors and parts of dead animals.
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  • MONGOLIA,2012. A road sign.MONGOLIA,2012. A road sign.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Karakorum, 2012. Street scene.MONGOLIA. City of Karakorum, 2012. Street scene.
  • MONGOLIA. Orkhon valley, 2012. The horse and the pool.MONGOLIA. Orkhon valley, 2012. The horse and the pool.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Outside a market.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Outside a market.
  • MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. Street scene in a village.MONGOLIA. Gobi desert, 2012. Street scene in a village.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Workers inside a new construction building.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Workers inside a new construction building.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Outside a market.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Outside a market.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Street scene.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Street scene.
  • MONGOLIA. 2012. A gas station.MONGOLIA. 2012. A gas station.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Cut sheeps and goats paw near a market.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Cut sheeps and goats paw near a market.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. A man repairs a pipe.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. A man repairs a pipe.
  • MONGOLIA, 2012. Near the Enkhiin Els dunes.MONGOLIA, 2012. Near the Enkhiin Els dunes.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Karakorum, 2012. Street scene.MONGOLIA. City of Karakorum, 2012. Street scene.
  • MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Outside a market.MONGOLIA. City of Tsetserleg, 2012. Outside a market.
  • MONGOLIA, 2012. Near the Enkhiin Els dunes. The trace of a disassembled ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads.MONGOLIA, 2012. Near the Enkhiin Els dunes. The trace of a disassembled ger. Ger (also named Yurt) is the bent dwelling structure used by the mongolian nomads.
  • MONGOLIA. Töv, August 2012. A Ger on the way to Ulan Bator.MONGOLIA. Töv, August 2012. A Ger on the way to Ulan Bator.
  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A car wrecker in the outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A car wrecker in the outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A car wrecker in the outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. People in a street near the city centre. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. People in a street near the city centre. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. People in a street near the city centre. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A new construction building. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A new construction building. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A new construction building. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Construction works near Peace Road, the main capital city road. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Construction works near Peace Road, the main capital city road. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Construction works near Peace Road, the main capital city road. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A woman waiting or a bus or for a lift from a car or a van (payed with a little fee), a common practice along the streets of Ulan Bator. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A woman waiting or a bus or for a lift from a car or a van (payed with a little fee), a common practice along the streets of Ulan Bator. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A woman waiting or a bus or for a lift from a car or a van (payed with a little fee), a common practice along the streets of Ulan Bator. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Crossroads in Peace Road, the main capital city road. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Crossroads in Peace Road, the main capital city road. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Crossroads in Peace Road, the main capital city road. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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      Black Market, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A boy enjoy an attraction.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. A boy enjoy an attraction.
  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. People waiting for a bus. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. People waiting for a bus. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 31/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. People waiting for a bus. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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      Black Market, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 01/09/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, 2012. Inside the Black Market. The market, despite the name, a legal one, is the biggest in Mongolia. Inside it is possible to buy goods and tools useful for the nomadic life in open territories.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Some of the big pipes that coming from the plants in the city outskirts to provide heating for the city centre's buildings. MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Some of the big pipes that coming from the plants in the city outskirts to provide heating for the city centre's buildings.
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      City outskirts, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 13/08/2013: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. Some of the big pipes that coming from the plants in the city outskirts to provide heating for the city centre's buildings.
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  • MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. The outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. The outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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      City outskirts, Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator, Mongolia - 13/08/2012: MONGOLIA. Ulan Bator, August 2012. The outskirts of the city. With a population of about 1,24 citizens Ulan Bator concentrate almost half the population of Mongolia. Resulting of the devastating winters of the past few years, known as Dzud, that killed thousands of animals, many families moved to the city. That new population, 60% of the city total, live in poor settlements inside the so called "Gher District" on the hills aroud the city.
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  • MONGOLIA. Töv Aimag, August 2012. On the road.MONGOLIA. Töv Aimag, August 2012. On the road.

 

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