Lost, found — and battered by a desert storm
A SENSE of proportion is necessary to appreciate the size of Mongolia. It is 2,400 km from east to west and 1,300 km from north to south. It has more than six times the land area of Britain, yet the population is barely 2.5m, half of which lives in Ulan Bator.
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