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MONGOLIA
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May 29, 2005
Mongolian workers assemble parts for a ger (nomadic tent), at a factory in Khujirt near Kharkorin, about...
Kharkhorin, Mongolia
Mongolian workers assemble parts for a ger (nomadic tent), at a factory in Khujirt near Kharkorin, a.....
Mongolian workers assemble parts for a ger (nomadic tent), at a factory in Khujirt near Kharkorin, about 310 km (192 miles) west of capital Ulan Bator May 26, 2005. About one third of Mongolia's 2.5 million people are nomads living in traditional round felt tents called ger to suit their mobile and pastoral way of life. A ger is assembled and disassembled easily, and all of the components needed to build one can be easily transported, thus increasing the nomads' mobility. Picture taken May 26, 2005.
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