Contrary to popular belief, city life does exist in Mongolia, even in the most remote provinces that we usually associate with ghers and horses scattered in the emptiness of the steppe.
This is a snapshot of daily life on the central square of the small Mongolian border town of Zamyn-Uud.
Life there is ordered according to the arrivals and departures of the trains on the Moscow-Beijing line. The railway station is just opposite.
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federico (1905) 2012-01-04 17:28
hello david I really like this street life picture, very natural and expressive scene, maybe unuexpected from outside mongolia
holmertz (34775) 2012-01-05 5:23
A nice and interesting picture. It's well composed and well cropped, just behind the legs of the two players. It's highly interesting for showing that the world is getting smaller. Seeing mini-skirts in Zamyn-Uud is not what everyone would be expecting.