Tag Archives | Mongolia

Mongolian Herder standing on the rocks of the Gobi Desert. Dundgovi Province, Mongolia.

Matteo Allegro | Mongolian Nomad Herders

Mongolia is a fantastic place where to experience real adventures, a never ending wild plain from the Gobi Desert to the green steppe of Dornod. During my trip to Mongolia,


Asia, Mongolia. 18/03/2011. In the photo, 29-year-old Erdene Tuya hauls a sheep lost for the dzud to a small burial ground close to their yurt (gher). In Mongolia's Arkhangai province, the Tsamba family lives on the edge, struggling through harsh winters alongside their herd of sheep. Severe winter conditions, known as dzud, have been responsible for the deaths of half the family's once 2,000-strong herd over the past three winters. Recently, in search of warmer pastures, the Tsambas moved from Bulgan province in the north to this region near a central Mongolian village called Ulziit.

Alessandro Grassani | Environmental migrants: the last illusion

2008 became the point of no return: for the first time in history there are more people living in cities than in rural areas.


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