Landlocked between Russia and China, Mongolia is a country of extremes. Despite having the coldest capital city in the world, summer temperatures can exceed forty degrees Celsius. The climate is arid, but when it does rain, it can be torrential. Although very thinly populated, with approximately three million people in an area the size of Western Europe, city housing stock is in short supply and the cosmopolitan atmosphere of central Ulaanbaatar contrasts with the remote existences of smaller communities.
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