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Opening the Race on Flickr.

Opening the Race on Flickr.

Shamanism on Flickr.

Shamanism on Flickr.

Left over from naadam on Flickr.Mongolian Pride for #TwitterTuesday

Left over from naadam on Flickr.

Mongolian Pride for #TwitterTuesday

Silence !! on Flickr.

Silence !! on Flickr.

Zaizan on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Monument en souvenir de la seconde guerre mondiale. très visité en soirée par les habitants d’Oulan-bator

Zaizan on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Monument en souvenir de la seconde guerre mondiale. très visité en soirée par les habitants d’Oulan-bator

Blague mongole

Dans une avion en feu, “doucement” en train de s’écraser se trouve un mongol, un chinois et un russe.

Le commandant de bord demande aux passagers de l’aider à alléger l’appareil.

Le russe prend les quatres caisses de vodka qu’il transporte , les jette en disant j’en ai plein chez moi.

Le chinois fait de même avec des caisses remplies d’or.

Le mongol qui n’a pas de frêt prend alors le chinois tout en disant, il y en a beaucoup trop chez nous.

ninewhitebanners:

A second Tyrannosaurus Baatar (dinosaur closely related to Tyrannosaurus Rex, but with even smaller arms) skeleton is being returned to Mongolia after being illegally dug up in the middle of the night and smuggled out of the country to Japan, then shipped to America in a crate labeled “historical pieces from Japan” instead of “dinosaur bones from Mongolia” in 2010.
Since Tyrannosaurus Baatar is only found in Mongolia, it’s not hard to prove these particular bones are Mongolian.
Famous American actor Nicolas Cage also owns a Tyrannosaurus Baatar skeleton, the Mongolian government plans to call him next.

ninewhitebanners:

A second Tyrannosaurus Baatar (dinosaur closely related to Tyrannosaurus Rex, but with even smaller arms) skeleton is being returned to Mongolia after being illegally dug up in the middle of the night and smuggled out of the country to Japan, then shipped to America in a crate labeled “historical pieces from Japan” instead of “dinosaur bones from Mongolia” in 2010.

Since Tyrannosaurus Baatar is only found in Mongolia, it’s not hard to prove these particular bones are Mongolian.

Famous American actor Nicolas Cage also owns a Tyrannosaurus Baatar skeleton, the Mongolian government plans to call him next.

Tshoijoo  and Dshamsran by sbailliez on Flickr.Via Flickr:
Tshoijoo - God of the dead - and Dshamsran - God of War - during a Tsam dance

Tshoijoo and Dshamsran by sbailliez on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Tshoijoo - God of the dead - and Dshamsran - God of War - during a Tsam dance

Mongolia in color circa 1914