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Rank -&nbsp;Name -&nbsp;Mongolian -&nbsp;Inhabitants (2000) -&nbsp;Inhabitants (est. 2006) -&nbsp;Administrative Unit <br>1. Ulan Bator * - Улаанбаатар -&nbsp;711,900&nbsp;-&nbsp;1,008,738(2008) -&nbsp;Ulan Bator<br>2. Erdenet -&nbsp;Эрдэнэт -&nbsp;68,310 -&nbsp;86,866(2008) -&nbsp;Orkhon<br>3. Darkhan -&nbsp;Дархан -&nbsp;65,791 -&nbsp;74,300(2007) -&nbsp;Darkhan-Uul<br>4. Choibalsan - Чойбалсан -&nbsp;44,880 - 38,150(2008) -&nbsp;Dornod<br>5. Mörön - Мөрөн - 28,903 - 36,082(2007) - Khövsgöl<br>6. Nalaikh - Налайх - 23,600 - 29,115(2008) - Ulan Bator<br>7. Khovd - Ховд - 26,023 - 28,601(2007) - Khovd<br>8. Ölgii -&nbsp;Өлгий - 28,060 - 27,855(2008) - Bayan-Ölgii<br>9. Bayankhongor - Баянхонгор - 22,066 - 26,252 - Bayankhongor<br>10. Baganuur - Багануур - 21,100 - 25,877(2008) - Ulan Bator<br>11. Arvaikheer - Арвайхээр - 19,058 - 25,622(2008) - Övörkhangai<br>12. Ulaangom - Улаангом - 26,319 - 21,406(2007) - Uvs<br>13. Sükhbaatar - Сүхбаатар - 22,374 -&nbsp;19,626(2008) - Selenge<br>14. Sainshand - Сайншанд - 25,210 - 18,285(2008) - Dornogovi<br>15. Tsetserleg - Цэцэрлэг - 16,553&nbsp;- 16,300 - Arkhangai<br>16. Uliastai - Улиастай - 24,276 - 16,240(2008) - Zavkhan<br>17. Altai - Алтай - 18,023 -&nbsp;15,800(2008) - Govi-Altai<br>18. Züünkharaa - Зүүнхараа - n.a. -&nbsp;15,000(2004) -&nbsp;Selenge<br>19. Öndörkhaan - Өндөрхаан - 18,003 - 14,800 -&nbsp;Khentii<br>20. Zuunmod - Зуунмод&nbsp;-&nbsp;16,227 -&nbsp;14,568(2007) -&nbsp;Töv<br>21. Dalanzadgad - Даланзадгад - 14,183 - 14,000 - Ömnögovi<br>22. Baruun-Urt - Баруун-Урт - 15,133 -&nbsp;12,944(2008) -&nbsp;Sükhbaatar<br>23. Zamyn-Üüd - Замын-Үүд - 5,486 - 11,527(2008) - Dornogovi<br>24. Bulgan - Булган - 16,239 - 11,198(2008) -&nbsp;Bulgan<br>25. Mandalgovi - Мандалговь -&nbsp;14,517 -&nbsp;10,299(2007) -&nbsp;Dundgovi<br>26. Kharkhorin - Хархорин - n.a. -&nbsp;8,977(2003) -&nbsp;Övörkhangai<br>27. Bor-Öndör - Бор-Өндөр - 6,406(2001) - 8,902(2008) -&nbsp;Khentii<br>28. Choir - Чойр - 8,983 - 7,998 -&nbsp;Govisümber<br>29. Sharyngol - Шарынгол - 8,902 - 7,798(2008) - Darkhan-Uul<br>* - city proper, Nalaikh, Baganuur, Bagakhangai not included<br>
  
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Getting started with Mongolian research

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         Newly discovered Mongolian genealogy records are providing insights into the history of Mongolia andChina. In fact, the records are correcting errors found in many history books. The studies of the newly discovered Mongol genealogy may help unveil some mysteries in Chinese history, such as the whereabouts of the remains of Genghis Khan (1167-1227), the great Mongol emperor whose grandson founded the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), and the fate of his descendants.

Jurisdictions

Rank - Name - Mongolian - Inhabitants (2000) - Inhabitants (est. 2006) - Administrative Unit
1. Ulan Bator * - Улаанбаатар - 711,900 - 1,008,738(2008) - Ulan Bator
2. Erdenet - Эрдэнэт - 68,310 - 86,866(2008) - Orkhon
3. Darkhan - Дархан - 65,791 - 74,300(2007) - Darkhan-Uul
4. Choibalsan - Чойбалсан - 44,880 - 38,150(2008) - Dornod
5. Mörön - Мөрөн - 28,903 - 36,082(2007) - Khövsgöl
6. Nalaikh - Налайх - 23,600 - 29,115(2008) - Ulan Bator
7. Khovd - Ховд - 26,023 - 28,601(2007) - Khovd
8. Ölgii - Өлгий - 28,060 - 27,855(2008) - Bayan-Ölgii
9. Bayankhongor - Баянхонгор - 22,066 - 26,252 - Bayankhongor
10. Baganuur - Багануур - 21,100 - 25,877(2008) - Ulan Bator
11. Arvaikheer - Арвайхээр - 19,058 - 25,622(2008) - Övörkhangai
12. Ulaangom - Улаангом - 26,319 - 21,406(2007) - Uvs
13. Sükhbaatar - Сүхбаатар - 22,374 - 19,626(2008) - Selenge
14. Sainshand - Сайншанд - 25,210 - 18,285(2008) - Dornogovi
15. Tsetserleg - Цэцэрлэг - 16,553 - 16,300 - Arkhangai
16. Uliastai - Улиастай - 24,276 - 16,240(2008) - Zavkhan
17. Altai - Алтай - 18,023 - 15,800(2008) - Govi-Altai
18. Züünkharaa - Зүүнхараа - n.a. - 15,000(2004) - Selenge
19. Öndörkhaan - Өндөрхаан - 18,003 - 14,800 - Khentii
20. Zuunmod - Зуунмод - 16,227 - 14,568(2007) - Töv
21. Dalanzadgad - Даланзадгад - 14,183 - 14,000 - Ömnögovi
22. Baruun-Urt - Баруун-Урт - 15,133 - 12,944(2008) - Sükhbaatar
23. Zamyn-Üüd - Замын-Үүд - 5,486 - 11,527(2008) - Dornogovi
24. Bulgan - Булган - 16,239 - 11,198(2008) - Bulgan
25. Mandalgovi - Мандалговь - 14,517 - 10,299(2007) - Dundgovi
26. Kharkhorin - Хархорин - n.a. - 8,977(2003) - Övörkhangai
27. Bor-Öndör - Бор-Өндөр - 6,406(2001) - 8,902(2008) - Khentii
28. Choir - Чойр - 8,983 - 7,998 - Govisümber
29. Sharyngol - Шарынгол - 8,902 - 7,798(2008) - Darkhan-Uul
* - city proper, Nalaikh, Baganuur, Bagakhangai not included

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