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Mongolia - Mongolian Deer Stone

Mongolia - Mongolian Deer Stone

Mongolia - Mongolian Deer Stone. Deer stones (also known as reindeer stones) are ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer.

Mongolian Deer Stone, ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia and are believed to have originated there. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer

Deer stones are ancient Mongolian megaliths dating from the late second and early first millennia BC. Their name comes from their engravings of flying deer. There are five to eight hundred deer stones in northern Mongolia and Siberia.

Orig pinner said: Deer stones are ancient Mongolian megaliths dating from the late second and early first millennia BC. Their name comes from their engravings of flying deer. There are five to eight hundred deer stones in northern Mongolia and Siberia.

Deer Stones Mongolia - Deer Stones are megaliths carved with symbols. Usually there is a flying deer on them.

Deer Stones Mongolia - Deer Stones are megaliths carved with symbols. Usually there is a flying deer on them.

Camel races, Mongolia

Bumpy ride: Mongolian tribesmen take part in a camel race during a winter Naadam festival in Hulun Buir, north China’s Inner Mongolia region (via Camels show they’re pretty nippy at winter Naadam festival in Hulun Buir

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Kraig Lieb - Mongolian Man in traditional clothing, horse racing competition…

Ice carnival folk costume, Mongolia

蒙古族 A woman and her children in traditional holiday attire of the Mongolian ethnic group watch camels racing at an ice and snow carnival in West.

MONGOLIAN CHILDREN

MONGOLIAN CHILDREN

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