Tuvkhun Monastery

Mongolian first Bogdan Zanabazar was smitten by the beautiful and unique nature of this place in 1648 when he was 14 years old. In 1651, he built a stone-walled small house to practice meditation and named it Dubkhan or  House for Creation. Through time this word became Tuvkhun. While Saint Zanabazar was residing there, he…

Temple Museum Of The Choijin Lama

In the early 1900s, between 1904 and 1908, the architectural, sculptural, painting assembly complex, the Temple of Choijin Lama, was built in dedication to Governor Choijijn Luvsankhaidav. The layout was designed and administrated by craftsman Lama Ombyn of Khuree. The Temple embodies the artistic minds and skills of approximately 300 of Mongolia’s finest craftsmen gathered…