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Architecture In Mongolia

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Architecture In Mongolia

Architecture in Mongolia has a long and storied history, with traditional designs, elements and motifs dating back to the 13th century and beyond. While many of the traditional structures are now gone, the influence of the Mongolian style is still evident today - from the curved, stepped roofs and intricate brickwork of the traditional yurts to the modern interpretation of the traditional architectural style. In recent years, the government has encouraged a strong emphasis on preserving the traditional culture and preserving the traditional architecture, resulting in the preservation of some of the most beautiful and significant historical buildings in the country. Mongolian architecture is characterized by its use of materials such as wood, paper, brick, and metal; its use of natural elements such as fields, water, and mountains; and its use of traditional motifs and patterns. Its design also includes elements of modernity, as well as ecological and cultural considerations.

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Architecture In Mongolia

Architecture in Mongolia is a mix of both traditional and modern styles. Characteristics of traditional Mongolian architecture include wooden buildings with thatched roofing, lattice windows and entrance doors, and walls made of mud and bricks. In the modern style, buildings are usually made out of concrete, glass, and steel with flat roofs. There are a variety of buildings from both the traditional and modern styles, such as yurts, mansions, monasteries, temples, and other buildings for government and industry. Mongolian architecture reflects the diverse cultural influences of its nomadic past, blending Chinese, Tibetan, Islamic, and Russian influences into unique designs.

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Lauren Moore

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