Sukhbaatar District Seoul Street Apartment, Ulaanbaatar, 97611, Mongolia
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Genghis Khan Statue, Mongolian Parliament Building
mosque in Ulan Bator
I know that the majority muslims in Mongolia are Kazakhs who live in the west
but, I know that there is a mosque in Ulan Bator... I have not gotten images of it
I would like information about it
I will travel to Mongolia, in January
Re: mosque in Ulan Bator
not sure if in Ub a moschee, also in olgy where lives khazaks no moschee in any case
as you are going there on january you can have a look on my webpage as we go often there and we updated now the pages as just returned from mongolia so just klook at www.terramongolia.com to have more information and have some addresses as we can give you some hints for anything
have a nice trip
Travel Tips for Ulaanbaatar
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Give me a call or drop me a line, we'll discuss and then we'll decide where to go and what to do! People are very different so I think it's better to take someone somewhere knowing what s/he is interested in. I miss UB when I am away because my home is there.
Before the communist occupation the Mongolians had not cyrillic letters but their own. There are voices that want to reintroduce the old writing which looks to a westerner even more complicated. On the photo you see what it would look like.
The Gobi Desert is another outing which you can consider, but you need at least 1-2 days to fully enjoy it as it is far away. You need to arrange for a travel agency to bring you there and it is best not to attempt it yourself as Mongolia is really very remote.
This wonderful cafe, run by a Belgian guy, is just down Peace Ave from the State Department Store and is full of lovely western food and snacks. The menu includes some great breakfasts which, even thought I didn't have one, look great from their photos. The menu also includes other western dishes such as salads, soups, sandwiches, burgers etc. They also serve traditional Mongolian food such as Buuz, Khuushuur and Goulash. There's also a selection of cakes and pastries in the fridge by the entrance. There's a definite backpacking/ex-pat vibe going on in here and the guy who runs this place has a definite winner on his hands.
Central Cultural Palace performances
Somebody mentioned to me, where I was staying at the UB Guesthouse, that there was a musical performance going on here at the Central Cultural Palace which is the large rather ugly building on Sukhbaatar Square. So, off I go with them and the first part of the show featured guys playing the traditional Mongolian horse fiddles. Then the performance got more contempory and featured a lot of strange western pieces performed by westerners which I hadn't really wanted to come and see so I left! Anyway, I later heard that there was also a throat singing performance.
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