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Drone recordings have recorded a spectacular performance of hundreds of horses during a traditional festival in Inner Mongolia, northern China on Sunday.
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Drone recordings have captured a spectacular performance of a few hundred horses during a traditional festival in Inner Mongolia, northern China.

The stunning video shows the horses galloping in harmony and forms a huge spiral on the grassland at the Naadam festival in Abag Banner County on Sunday.

With their coats shining under the sun, the beautiful animals are seen running around in circles and causing a dust storm before they go into the distant horizon over the rolling grassland.

Naadam, what & # 39; games & # 39; means in the Mongolian language, lasts three days every summer and is centered around the traditional Mongolian games of archery, wrestling and horse racing.

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Drone recordings have recorded a spectacular performance of hundreds of horses during a traditional festival in Inner Mongolia, northern China on Sunday.

Drone recordings have recorded a spectacular performance of hundreds of horses during a traditional festival in Inner Mongolia, northern China on Sunday.

The stunning video shows the horses galloping in a box and forming a huge spiral on the grassland at the Naadam festival in Abag Banner County on Sunday

The stunning video shows the horses galloping in a box and forming a huge spiral on the grassland at the Naadam festival in Abag Banner County on Sunday

The stunning video shows the horses galloping in a box and forming a huge spiral on the grassland at the Naadam festival in Abag Banner County on Sunday

The festival, which is on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage, is an official holiday celebrated in July in the nomadic country.

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& # 39; The Naadam is one of the most important tourist events in Mongolia. During the celebration of this year's demise, at least 15,000 foreign tourists are expected to visit our country. & # 39; Namsrai Tserenbat Minister for Environment and Tourism, told a press conference last Wednesday.

There are no special tracks, making Mongolian horse racing unique. The organizing committee of the festival said that about 2,000 horses were registered last year to compete.

With their coats shining under the sun, the beautiful animals are seen running around in circles and causing a dust storm before they enter the distant horizon over the grassland.

With their coats shining under the sun, the beautiful animals are seen running around in circles and causing a dust storm before they enter the distant horizon over the grassland.

With their coats shining under the sun, the beautiful animals are seen running around in circles and causing a dust storm before they enter the distant horizon over the grassland.

The festival, which is on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage, is an official holiday celebrated in July in the nomadic country.

The festival, which is on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage, is an official holiday celebrated in July in the nomadic country.

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The festival, which is on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage, is an official holiday celebrated in July in the nomadic country.

Mongolian wrestlers are fighting during the traditional Nadaam festival in Ulan Bator on 12 July 2017. Only men are allowed to participate in the wrestling competition. The main difference between traditional Mongolian wrestling and international free wrestling is that the weight of the wrestlers is not taken into consideration

Mongolian wrestlers are fighting during the traditional Nadaam festival in Ulan Bator on 12 July 2017. Only men are allowed to participate in the wrestling competition. The main difference between traditional Mongolian wrestling and international free wrestling is that the weight of the wrestlers is not taken into consideration

Mongolian wrestlers are fighting during the traditional Nadaam festival in Ulan Bator on 12 July 2017. Only men are allowed to participate in the wrestling competition. The main difference between traditional Mongolian wrestling and international free wrestling is that the weight of the wrestlers is not taken into consideration

The winner is honored with a cup of fermented mare's milk, which he drinks and sprinkles the rest on his horse.

According to local guide Timur Yadamsuren, Mongolian nomad children learn how to ride before they can walk.

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& # 39; By the time they reach the age of four, they are seasoned riders and with five the boys are ready to compete & # 39 ;, he told CNN in a previous report.

Only men are allowed to participate in the wrestling competition. The main difference between traditional Mongolian wrestling and international free wrestling is that the weight of the wrestlers is not taken into consideration.

& # 39; The Naadam is one of the most important tourist events in Mongolia. During the celebration of this year's demise, at least 15,000 foreign tourists are expected to visit our country. & # 39; Namsrai Tserenbat Minister for Environment and Tourism, told a press conference last Wednesday

& # 39; The Naadam is one of the most important tourist events in Mongolia. During the celebration of this year's demise, at least 15,000 foreign tourists are expected to visit our country. & # 39; Namsrai Tserenbat Minister for Environment and Tourism, told a press conference last Wednesday

& # 39; The Naadam is one of the most important tourist events in Mongolia. During the celebration of this year's demise, at least 15,000 foreign tourists are expected to visit our country. & # 39; Namsrai Tserenbat Minister for Environment and Tourism, told a press conference last Wednesday

Children compete in the annual horse race on July 18, 2016 during the traditional Nadaam festival in the province of Ovorkhangai in Inner Mongolia. According to local guide Timur Yadamsuren, Mongolian nomad children learn how to ride before they can walk

Children compete in the annual horse race on July 18, 2016 during the traditional Nadaam festival in the province of Ovorkhangai in Inner Mongolia. According to local guide Timur Yadamsuren, Mongolian nomad children learn how to ride before they can walk

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Children compete in the annual horse race on July 18, 2016 during the traditional Nadaam festival in the province of Ovorkhangai in Inner Mongolia. According to local guide Timur Yadamsuren, Mongolian nomad children learn how to ride before they can walk

Mongolian soldiers attend the traditional Nadaam festival in Ulan Bator on July 12, 2017. Mongolia has developed its tourism industry to diversify its mine-dependent economy, and last year attracted around 529,370 foreign tourists

Mongolian soldiers attend the traditional Nadaam festival in Ulan Bator on July 12, 2017. Mongolia has developed its tourism industry to diversify its mine-dependent economy, and last year attracted around 529,370 foreign tourists

Mongolian soldiers visit the traditional Nadaam festival in Ulan Bator on July 12, 2017. Mongolia has developed its tourism industry to diversify its mine-dependent economy, and last year attracted around 529,370 foreign tourists

A wrestler who wins five consecutive fights during Naadam is crowned the & # 39; Falcon & # 39; and a winner of seven games wins the title of the & # 39; Elephant & # 39 ;.

The title & # 39; Leo & # 39; is awarded to the winner of the entire festival, and a winner of the dual festival is the & # 39; Titan & # 39 ;.

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The festival is celebrated with house rental, a crispy, deep-fried dumpling with beef or lamb filling and airag, a fermented dairy product traditionally made from mare's milk.

Mongolia has further developed its tourism sector to diversify its mining-dependent economy and last year attracted around 529,370 foreign tourists. The authorities aim to accommodate a million foreign tourists by 2020.

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