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A traditional Mongolian Ger. in Spain. Photograph taken in September 2003 in Las ALpujarras, Spain. Photograph taken by Robert Matthews.


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  • (del) (cur) 07:06, 14 July 2005 . . Drtwiggy ( Talk | contribs) . . 1024×768 (518,330 bytes) (A Mongolian Ger. This Ger is a good example of a typical modern Mongolian Ger. Note that they have supplemented the felt with blankets. )
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