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River Tuul on the way from Terelj National Park to Chinggis Khan statue
Mongolia

The river that runs behind the Bogdkhan mountain from the east to the west is the River Tuul /819 KM/, that flows from the Khentiikhan mountains through Ulaanbaatar to the Orkhon river.

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Uploaded: 11/01/2011
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