Part of the Ulanbaatar city with Gerr
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Part of the Ulanbaatar city with Gerr

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The Ulanbaatar is the capital city of the Mongolia, where more than 1 million people lives. The city is not mordernized yet, except the center of the city.

The view is a general appeariance of the city. You can see Gerr here and there beyond the wooden wall.

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