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MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolian soldiers parade during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer,...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian soldiers parade during opening ceremony of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolian soldiers parade during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolians arrive at the stadium to watch the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolians arrive at stadium to watch annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolians arrive at the stadium to watch the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
A Mongolian marching band musician plays at the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian marching band musician plays at opening ceremony of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
A Mongolian marching band musician plays at the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolian jockeys arrive at the finish line at the end of a horse race as part of the annual Naadam festival...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian jockeys arrive at finish line at end of horse race as part of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer...
Mongolian jockeys arrive at the finish line at the end of a horse race as part of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolians watch the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolians watch opening ceremony of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolians watch the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolian wrestlers compete during the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian wrestlers compete during annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolian wrestlers compete during the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
A Mongolian wrestler (C) is cheered by his trainer before a fight during the annual Naadam festival in...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian wrestler is cheered by his trainer before fight during annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer...
A Mongolian wrestler (C) is cheered by his trainer before a fight during the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolians perform a traditional ritual during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolians perform traditional ritual during opening ceremony of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer...
Mongolians perform a traditional ritual during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolian soldiers parade during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer,...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian soldiers parade during opening ceremony of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolian soldiers parade during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
A Mongolian man dressed in traditional clothes attends the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer,...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian man dressed in traditional clothes attends annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
A Mongolian man dressed in traditional clothes attends the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolians arrive on horseback at the stadium for the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer,...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolians arrive on horseback at stadium for annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolians arrive on horseback at the stadium for the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
Mongolian horsemen ride in formation during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian horsemen ride in formation during opening ceremony of annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
Mongolian horsemen ride in formation during the opening ceremony of the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, some 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator, July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
MONGOLIA
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July 09, 2006
A Mongolian horseman arrives at the stadium for the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer,...
ARVAIKHEER, Mongolia
Mongolian horseman arrives at stadium for annual Naadam festival in Arvaikheer
A Mongolian horseman arrives at the stadium for the annual Naadam festival in the town of Arvaikheer, about 400 km (250 miles) west of Ulan Bator July 9, 2006. This year's festival is bigger than ever, as Mongolia celebrates 800 years since Genghis Khan united the nation. Celebrations around the country will culminate in a national festival in the capital on July 11. REUTERS/Nir Elias (MONGOLIA)
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