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Tests |  Guess what this mysterious country is

Tests | Guess what this mysterious country is

Every country and every big city has its own symbols and emblems. It can be an architectural work, a natural monument, a unique animal or even a specific dish. Some are better known, others less so. Here are some icons. Can you quickly guess the country it is associated with?


first clue

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The exceptional snow leopard in its natural habitat

The snow leopard is a gorgeous feline that hunts high in the mountains and is particularly fond of steep slopes and valleys. It is a very rare animal, an endangered species: we will not find more than 8,000 in the wild. Many frequent the remote corners of our mysterious country.

Second clue

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Both women and men participate in archery competitions.

Naadam is a traditional festival that celebrates the independence of the country. It features three traditional sports, archery for men and women, horse racing for children, and wrestling for men. This colorful festival, which takes place in mid-July, is part of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Third clue

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The vastness of the Gobi Desert

The Gobi Desert covers about a third of the country’s area. It is one of the largest deserts in the world with an area of ​​1.3 million square kilometres. There are sand dunes, of course, but there are also stony steppes and large mountain ranges. Many Bedouins live there.

Fourth clue

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Inside a traditional Bedouin dwelling

In the local language, the word gear This traditional, round, easily transportable dwelling defines the nomadic way of life. It consists of a single room with a stove in the middle. Its walls are covered with one or two layers of felt and waterproof cotton cloth. The residents are particularly hospitable and welcome visitors with joy.

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Answer

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Honor guards in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia

Mongolia