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Golf course in Terelj National Park
Mongolia

July in Mongolia is the best season of the year. You can see grass fields with Gerr (Mongolian tent) and sheep and cattle everywhere. There are many camping ground in Terelj National Park.

You can stay there and enjoy horse riding, star watching etc. This is a golf course in the park.

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