Mongolia is known for its dry grassy plains, steppelands that support the traditional Mongolian livestock-herding lifestyle. 94% of the population of Mongolia is ethnic Mongols.
Khalkha Mongol is the official language of Mongolia and the primary language of 90% of Mongolians. The other dialects spoken are Russian and other Turkic languages.
The majority of the people in Mongolia are Tibetan Buddhists Lamas, followed by Muslims.
Is situated in Northern Europe along the shore of the Baltic Sea and borders Latvia to the north, Belarus to the east and south, Poland to the south and Russia to the southwest
Is a long-haired bovine that can be found in the Himalayan region located in south Central Asia, the Tibetan Plateau and even as far north as Mongolia and Russia.
Is a European country that stands landlocked in the continent’s eastern part by Ukraine in the north, east and south and Romania in the west.
Is situated on the Balkan peninsula of southern Europe and nicknamed the “heart shaped land” because of its very distinctive shape.
Is situated in Southwest Asia and bordered by Lebanon, the Mediterranean Sea and the island of Cyprus in the West, Israel in the southwest, Jordan in the south, Iraq in the east and Turkey in the north
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Is the largest landlocked country in the world bordered by Russia, Kyrgzstan, Rurkmenistan, Uzbekistan and China located partly in Central Asia and partly in Europe.
Is a landlocked country nestled amidst the eastern end of the Himalaya Mountains, bordered by Indian in the south, east and west and by China in the north.
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Is the second largest land-locked country in the world after Kazahkstan and is sandwiched between Russia and China.