КИНОГОО ЭНД ДАРЖ ҮЗНЭ ҮҮ

Tov

Töv (Mongolian: ???, lit. "focal") is one of the 21 aimags (territories) of Mongolia. The national capital Ulaanbaatar is found generally at its inside, however the city itself is administrated as a free district. Substance [hide] 1 Geography 2 Population 3 Traffic 4 Culture 5 National parks 6 Administrative Subdivision 7 References Geography[edit] The Aimag incorporates the western piece of the Khentii Mountains, the mountains around the capital, and also moving steppe in the south and west. The most fascinating waterway is the Tuul River, which crosses Ulaanbaatar and later joins the Orkhon River. Population[edit] The Töv aimag is populated basically by Khalkha Mongols, significant minority gathering of Kazakhs declined at intercensal time of enormous out relocation to the Kazakhstan, rest of minority bunches became off in movements. Ethnic gatherings in Töv aimag (self-recognizable proof) 1989, 2000 census[2] Group Population Registration 1989 Percentage Registration 1989 Population Registration 2000 Percentage Registration 2000 Halh 94,773 94.6% 93,604 94.2% Kazakh 2,167 2.2% 1,065 1.1% Buryat 590 0.6% 856 0.9% Do'rbet 727 0.7% 770 0.8% Bayid 317 0.3% 745 0.8% Uriankhai 420 0.4% 524 0.5% Tuvan 269 0.23% 500 0.5% Zakhchin 160 0.2% 202 0.2% Ööled 61 0.1% 171 0.2% other 420 0.4% 614 0.6% foreigners 179 0.2% 217 0.2% Add up to population 100,088 100% 99,266 100% Traffic[edit] The focal movement hub is the enclave Ulaanbaatar. The city incorporates the biggest station of the Trans-Mongolian Railway and the Chinggis Khaan International Airport. A little air terminal with an unpaved runway likewise exists in the aimag capital Zuunmod. Culture[edit] Manzushir Monastery is situated close Zuunmod in the Bogd Khan Mountain national stop. It was established in 1733 and used to be the home of 20 sanctuaries and 300 ministers. The greater part of it was obliterated by the communists, yet the last sanctuary was reestablished after democratization and hosts a little gallery today. National parks[edit] The Gorkhi-Terelj National Park was established in 1993. It covers a piece of the Khentii Mountains. It is most outstanding for its fabulous shake arrangements, including a stone that resembles a monster turtle from the correct point of view. The scene has an elevated character, with larch and pine timberlands, shimmering mountain waterways, and exceptionally various widely varied vegetation. In Khustain Nuruu National Park, around 120 km south west of Ulaanbaatar, the first wild stallions, Takhi of Mongolia (Przewalski steeds) have been discharged to the wild again in a procedure initially started in 1993. The venture has been very fruitful, and has formed into a fascination for both researchers and vacationers. The Gun-Galuut Nature Reserve is a secured range established in 2003 to preserve internationally debilitated species and their territory. The IUCN red-recorded species - white-naped crane, hooded crane, Siberian white crane, swan goose and argali-wild mountain sheep and numerous different species recorded in the National Red book of Mongolia are found here. Since it is viewed as consecrated, the mountain Mount Bogd Khan south of Ulaanbaatar has been an ensured zone since 1778. Amid communism, it was formally settled as a national stop. This halted the urban sprawl of the capital on its southern side.