Khan-Uul district of Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia, is one of the first four districts of the capital city established by the Decree No. 79 of the Presidium of the People’s Great Hural of the People’s Republic of Mongolia on April 14, 1965. It is located in the southwestern part of Ulaanbaatar, the capital […]

“KING GATE” with the seal of kings

The “King Gate” on the Marshall Bridge in Khan-Uul district was erected in 2017 on the occasion of the National Freedom and Independence Day. The door is 19 meters wide and 13.5 meters high. The design of the “King’s Gate”, which reflects a part of the national culture and customs, was created by D.Battumur and […]

The “GREAT TANK” which traveled to Berlin and was awarded nine medals.

The “Tank Monument” built in 1968 for the Revolutionary Mongolian Tank Brigades is located in Khan-Uul district. It was established with donations from the Mongolian people and donated to the Soviet Army in 1943. This tank has a great history of traveling to Berlin and being awarded nine medals of the People’s Republic of China […]

A half-thousand-year-old Buddha

The International Buddha Garden was established in 2006 at the lower right of Zaisan Hill. The 23-meter-tall Buddha Buddha in the park was created by Korean Buddhist sculptors. The goddess Lagshing is made of an adhesive material called yulaet, which is used to lint the bottom of boats and ships, and is resistant to sun, […]

The symbol of the sage BOGD DUNJINGARAV

The idol of Bogd Khan-Uul is Khanjard or Dunjingarav. The mountain is called BOGDKHAN because the Mongols give the word Bogd, which means sacred sage, to something they hold in high esteem. In ancient times, the mountain was also called Bogd Dunjingarav, and Ulaanbaatar is located between four great mountains, of which only Bogd Uul […]