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|A very small chinese border-post along the fence (beetween China and Mongolia).|
See a part of fence at
|Mongolian President Nambaryn Enkhbayar said (2005 November) that China and Mongolia have reached a final agreement on the exact demarcation of their 4,677-kilometer border, the longest for both countries.|
After four years of talks, Enkhbayar signed a series of border-related agreements with Chinese leaders in Beijing, giving Mongolia for the first time in recent history a fully d...
|I've found several Mongolian yurts near the border China/Mongolia|
At the top of a pass (2000m).
|Another border post between Mongolia and China.||09/14/2006||253|
|Probably the farest Border post to Beijiing....||07/28/2006||1,283|
|At the mongolian border ther are 3 destroyed cities (Or factory). |
|India, China reopen Silk Road pass.|
NATHU LA, China-India Border - Asian giants India and China opened a Himalayan pass to border trade on Thursday, 44 years after a frontier war shut down the ancient route.
|The only railway in Mongolia (excluding a small spur that goes to Erdenet from the main rail line) is the Trans Mongolian Railroad. It crosses the Russian border south of Ulan-Ude (Russia) by lake Baikal and then goes to Ulan Bator and continues south to the Chinese border (Mongolian border town is Zamyn-Uud, Chinese border town is Erenhot and continues to on to Beijing. ||07/03/2006||1,035|
|Russia and Mongolia border check point||09/22/2006||611|
|Dalandzadgad Airport, Mongolia|
Near Gobi desert in south of mongolia.
No macadam only sand. Big bust at landing. Funny.
|The Border checkpoint Helmstedt–Marienborn (German: Grenzübergang Helmstedt-Marienborn), called Grenzübergangsstelle Marienborn (GÜSt) (border crossing Marienborn) by the German Democratic Republic (GDR), was the largest and most important border crossing on the Inner German border during the division of Germany. Due to its geographical location, allowing for the shortest land route between Wes...||11/01/2009||615|
|Most of the alignment of the Death Strip along the inner German border still can be seen today. It was an extensive system of fortifications that ran the entire 1381 km (858 miles) length of the border between East Germany (the German Democratic Republic, GDR) and West Germany (the Federal Republic of Germany, FRG). During the Cold War (1952-1990) the border system was used by the East German g...||02/24/2008||4,750|