Inner Mongolia Pictures

Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, bordering to the north with both the Republic of Mongolia and Russia, is the widest province in China (by its latitude). Vast pastures, fertile grasslands, snow-white sheep and galloping horses are the first impressions of this wonderful place on tourists.
It has about 24 million inhabitants. Many ethnic groups are living in this area including Mongolian, Daur, Oroqen, Ewenki, Hui, Han, Korean and Manchu. Detailed information about Inner Mongolia Travel Guide

Hohhot (34)

As the capital of Inner Mongolia and one of the noted cities beyond the Great Wall, Hohhot City is the political, economic and cultural center of this region. The earliest history of this city could be traced back to 400 years ago, that is during the reign of Emperor Shenzong of the Ming Dynasty.

Baotou (6)

Located in the south of the Inner Mongolia Plateau, Baotou City is where the Yellow River flowing through and the Yinshan Mountains traverses the city center. In ancient China, it was one of the birthplaces of the nomadic tribes in North China.

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Asked by Mr.David from AUSTRALIA | Apr. 14, 2011 02:34Reply
I intend to visit Inner Momgokia sometimes nest year,please tell me the best time to visit that province,for I know it is only open up for tourists only a couple of months per year.Thank you
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Answered by Mr.Frank | Apr. 14, 2011 20:20
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Spring especially Mid-July to early-September is the best time to visit Inner Mongolia. At that time, there are the finest meadows, herds of sheep and the yearly Nadamu Sports Festival.
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