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I have yet to see the big and fearless dogs but they are known for killing wolves and man alike.
This is an amazing piece of sculpture but it is in the middle of a very busy intersection so I only got to see it every time we drove past. I would have loved to have been able to see it up close and walk...More
This came up as a bit of a surprise on the way from the airport to town. Great idea that has been sadly neglected and finds itself in the middle of a busy intersection. It's worthy of moving it to a park in the city...More
A number of camels with two jumps led by a man on horse and a dog.
A tribute to an ancient way of life that typified Mongolia of long ago.
Just along a Main Street so actually visiting is a bit of a challenge.
I don't think this is a site to visit. It's a set of statues (camels, guy on a horse, big dog) in the middle of a busy street intersection. You'll probably see it on your way to/from somewhere by car in UB. I've never seen...More
One of the loveliest displays of art in the city, portraying authentic history that is still alive today. The camels look like real camels, only bigger. I especially like the dog, which reminds me of the ones that chase my truck when I am in...More
I concur - awesome statues, something to appreciate for the history it represents. Stop if you're passing by, but not something to go out of the way to visit.
Best to see if you have a guide who can explain it more thoroughly. There's more...More