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A campaign to select the Seven Wonders of Mongolia PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 02 February 2009

ImageA campaign to select the Seven Wonders of Mongolia will continue until winners are announced on February 20, 2009.

Organizers are only seeking nominations that are natural sites that have neither been created nor significantly altered by humans. Sites will be considered in historic, artistic and scientific categories. Also, sites with ecological and tourism significance and unique beauty should be nominated, according to officials. 

The campaign is being jointly sponsored by the Mongolian President's Office, Ministry of Nature, Environment and Tourism and Mongolian Travel and the Tourism Association in order to promote Mongolia's Tourism Sector and raise awareness of the variety and beauty of nature in Mongolia. 

Those wishing to vote for nominations may do so via the media and/or internet. At present, 27 nominations for the Seven Wonders of Nature.


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