Peace Corps Volunteer Cara Eandi makes tea in the morning in her Ger in the Mongolian community of Zuunmod in the Central Province. The ger is a traditional Mongolian shlter that is called a yurt in the United States. Gers are circular, made of felt fabric, and typically have a wood stove in the center. Since Mongolians traditionally lived nomadic linves, gers were designed to be easily disassembled and moved to a new location. Photo by Richard Sitler  (image by Richard Rutledge Sitler)
Peace Corps Volunteer Cara Eandi makes tea in the morning in her Ger in the Mongolian community of Zuunmod in the Central Province. The ger is a traditional Mongolian shlter that is called a yurt in the United States. Gers are circular, made of felt fabric, and typically have a wood stove in the center. Since Mongolians traditionally lived nomadic linves, gers were designed to be easily disassembled and moved to a new location. Photo by Richard Sitler
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