How Big Is Mongolia?


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Mongolia is said to be the second-biggest landlocked nation after Kazakhstan. It shares its borders with Russia towards the north and China towards the south. Mongolia was said to be the hub of the Mongol Empire in the thirteen century and was afterward ruled by the Qing Dynasty from the start of the seventeenth century till 1911, after which a self-governing government was created with Russian assistance. Mongolia is said to be the nineteenth biggest country in the world.

According to the census conducted in the year 2000, the total area of this region was estimated to be 603,909 square miles.

The census report of 2000 also stated that the total population of this region was 2,646,000, having an average population density of 4.4 per square mile. The capital of Mongolia is Ulaan Baatar.

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