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    MONGOLIAN YURT TENT
    With the continuous development of social technology, more and more ethnic cultures are known to people, and yurts have also emerged from the grasslands with the development. Mongolian yurts are not only highly praised in scenic areas, but also highly sought after in catering areas.

    With the continuous development of social technology, more and more ethnic cultures are known to people, and yurts have also emerged from the grasslands with the development. Mongolian yurt

    Nowadays, it is not only praised by scenic spots, but also highly sought after in catering areas.

    Mongolian yurt is a traditional form of residential space in Mongolian pastoral areas. Formerly known as Qionglu, also known as felt tent or nomadic. It has been present since the Xiongnu period, and

    It is still in use today. The yurt is circular in shape, with many side walls divided into many pieces, each measuring about 13 meters high, and covered with wooden strips; Most nomadic areas

    It is a swimming type.

    The mobile type can be divided into two types: detachable and non detachable. The former is carried by livestock, while the latter is also inhabited by nomadic herdsmen such as Niucheke

    Mongolian yurts. They are easy to trample, transport, and install. It is a dome shaped house with a circular pointed roof on the grassland, consisting of wooden fences, poles, and a private door

    Composed of components such as top ring, lining felt, sleeve felt, leather rope, and mane rope.

    Villas on the grassland, different yurts

    Muzha, also known as "Hana" in Mongolian, is a mesh made of thin wooden poles about 2 meters long interwoven and tied together. It can be retracted, with several mesh pieces and a private door

    Joined together to form a circular wall frame, approximately 60 support rods called 'uni' and top ring joints form an umbrella shape at the top of the yurt

    Skeleton. Tie the various parts tightly together with leather ropes and sideburns, and then hang a felt woven of wool inside the watch to seal it

    The well-designed yurt is the end of the equipment.

    Mongolian yurts can be said to be a highly expressive creation created by the Mongolian people using refreshing wrists and material saving techniques The name of a yurt

    Originating from the Gaoyu language, the Mongolian yurt is called 'Ulugtager' in Mongolian, meaning a windowless room, while in contemporary Mongolian, it is called 'Benbugri' or 'Benbugri'

    'Mongolian Lugri' means a circular or Mongolian house.

    The Manchu language refers to this type of house where Mongols live as' Mongolian Bo '.' Bo 'is the interest of' family ', and' Bo 'sounds similar to' Bao '. After entering the Manchu customs, Mongolian yurts

    A historical book that has been around for over three hundred years has been spread through the use of a transliteration.

    The characteristics of nomadic peoples must migrate seamlessly with water sources and grasslands, and the structural characteristics of yurts fully adapt to this nomadic lifestyle

    The connection between the two is excellent and convenient, easy to disassemble and transport, and beautiful and applicable. When the wind and snow fall, the top of the bag does not accumulate snow, and when the bag is washed in heavy rain, there is no water on the top,

    The circular structure of yurts can also withstand the obstacles of storms.