Photo Exhibition

Military band, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Seemingly coming out of nowhere, seven hundred years ago the Mongols swept through much of Asia and parts of Europe under the brutal but brilliant leadership of Genghis Khan. Only a couple of hundred years later, they retreated back into the Steppes to be virtually forgotten for the next five hundred years.

After 300 years of Manchurian rule, followed by 75 years of Communism, Mongolia is finally coming out of its isolation, revealing a beautiful and surprisingly diverse country.

Rogier Gruys lived in Mongolia for three years, traveling 12,000 km to all corners of the country. In this photo exhibition he takes you to places where very few tourists have ever been, showing his love for this amazing, unspoilt land and its people. Detailed captions take you behind the scenes of each photograph.

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Visit the accompanying slideshow.