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Published on Jun 12, 2007
We are offering a Mongolian traditional ger yurt for your bidding. We call it ger. Some people call it gher or yurt. It is new and made in Mongolia. A traditional Mongolian Ger tent is a round wooden-framed covered in durable white waterproof material. There are 5 layers to structure of this ger. There are the wooden walls, columns, roof poles, each with a round shaft and a long, tapering square sectioned head. The covers are of thick warm cloth material, with a cotton outer layer. Traditionally the roof poles and walls are made of larch. Nowadays carpenters use factory refined woods. The crown and door made of pine. The crown or toono is a solid, heavy timber wheel with a raised eight-spoke center. The walls are in a number of collapsible sections or Khana each made from a number of steam-bent poles. This ger has Mongolian national patterns. The packed ger can be easily transported in small van or car. Color is white.