All the chats in Mongolia

  1. Chats in Arhangay
  2. Chats in Bayan-Ölgiy
  3. Chats in Bayanhongor
  4. Chats in Bulgan
  5. Chats in Central Aimak
  6. Chats in Darhan Uul
  7. Chats in Dzabkhan
  8. Chats in East Gobi Aymag
  9. Chats in Govĭ-Altay
  10. Chats in Govĭ-Sumber
  11. Chats in Hentiy
  12. Chats in Hovd
  13. Chats in Middle Govĭ
  14. Chats in Ömnögovĭ
  15. Chats in Orhon
  16. Chats in Övörhangay
  17. Chats in Selenge
  18. Chats in Sühbaatar
  19. Chats in Ulaanbaatar
  20. Chats in Uvs

Mongolia is a sovereign country, without access to the sea, located between the regions of East Asia and Central Asia. It borders Russia to the north and China to the south. Its capital is Ulan Bator, where half of the total population resides. This nation has its roots in the ancient Mongol Empire, which dominated much of Asia during the 13th century. Later it lost its independence when it was assimilated by Manchuria, from the end of the 17th century until 1911, the year in which it recovered its independence briefly, then in 1919 the Chinese troops occupied its capital.

In 1921, with the help of the Soviet Union, it became independent again and three years later, in 1924, the People's Republic of Mongolia was proclaimed, adopting communist policies and, in fact, considering itself a satellite state of the Soviet Union. However, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Mongolia approved in 1992 a liberal constitution that marks the transition to representative democracy and in which the country changes its name to Mongolia. It is the nineteenth largest country, with 1 564 116 square kilometers, but also the least densely populated in the world: the country is dominated by steppes and mountains to the north and west, and the Gobi desert to the south. Of the 3.1 million inhabitants, there is a high rate of nomads and semi-nomads, which is around 30%.90% of the inhabitants are of the Mongol ethnic group, with a minority of Turkic ethnic groups like the Kazakh one.

Tibetan Buddhism is the majority religion of the country, being together with Bhutan the only independent nations where this religion is predominant.