The Ongiin Khiid was one of the largest monasteries in Mongolia; it was founded in 1660 and consisted of two temples complexes on the North and South of the Ongi Gol River. It was completely destroyed in 1939 under the Communist time of Mongolia.

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The Ongiin Khiid was one of the largest monasteries in Mongolia; it was founded in 1660 and consisted of two temples complexes on the North and South of the Ongi Gol River. It was completely destroyed in 1939 under the Communist time of Mongolia.

Copyright Wolfgang Kaehler


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