Phones in Mongolia

Phones in Mongolia

Mongolia - Mobile Phones
Mongolia
CRC Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia
Internet Domain name TLD - .mn
Calling code + 976
Mongolia - ULUS Monggol ulus.svg Flag - Coat -
Location -
Capital and largest city Ulan Bator
Map Latitude : 47°55′N - Longitude : 106°53′E - 47.917°N 106.883°E - 47.917;106.
People : Mongolian
Government : Semi-presidential republic
President : Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj
Prime Minister : Sükhbaataryn Batbold
Independence declared from Qing Dynasty - December 29, 1911
Area Total : 1,564,115.75 km (603,909 sq mi)
Population December 2009 estimate - 2 736 800 - Density 1.75/km ( 5.03/sq mi)
GDP = Purchasing power parity PPP : 2009 estimate Total : $9.378 billion - - Per capita : $3,481
GDP (nominal) - 2009 estimate - Total : $4.203 billion - Per capita : $1,560
Time zone : - (UTC) +7 to +8
Mongolian landscape
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Typical steppe landscape of Mongolia with winding rivers
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Administrative divisions
Aimags of Mongolia and Sums of Mongolia
Aimags
Mongolia is divided into 21 aimags (provinces), which are in turn divided into 329 sums (districts). - 23 ] - - The capital Ulaanbaatar is administrated separately as a khot (municipality) with provincial status. The aimags are:
Arkhangai
Bayan-Ölgii
Bayankhongor
Bulgan
Darkhan-Uul
Dornod
Dornogovi
Dundgovi
Govi-Altai
Govisümber
Khentii
Khovd
Khövsgöl
Ömnögovi
Orkhon
Övörkhangai
Selenge
Sükhbaatar
Töv
Uvs
Zavkhan
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Politics

Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party - - Democratic Party - - President - - Prime Minister - - State Great Khural - - Aimags - - Sums - - Third neighbor policy -

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    ^ Ulanbator
  • ^ National Ministry of Health Yearbook 2006
  • ^ At a glance:Mongolia". UNICEF. http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/mongolia.html - .
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    Government
    Mongolia Government Overview
    Travel Official Tourism Website of Mongolia
    Phones and Dial Codes
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