Definition of Mongolia in English:

Mongolia

Syllabification: Mon·go·li·a
Pronunciation: /mäNGˈgōlēə
 
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A large and sparsely populated country in eastern Asia that includes the Gobi Desert, bordered by Siberia in Russia on the north and by China on the south; population 3,041,100 (est. 2009); capital, Ulaanbaatar (Ulan Bator); language, Mongolian (official).

The center of the medieval Mongol empire, Mongolia subsequently became a Chinese province and achieved de facto independence in 1911. In 1924, it became a communist state patterned on the Soviet model; a new democratic constitution was introduced in 1992. It was formerly known as Outer Mongolia to distinguish it from Inner Mongolia, which is an autonomous region of China

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