The trip to Kjachta on the Mongolian border turned 220 km to the South from Ulan-Ude, passing by the Geese Lake and parallel to the Selenga, which has its origin in Mongolia. In Kjachta we visited a big local museum.
|Stop on a typicla holy place||in steppe-like landscape|
|The big Geese Lake|
|North part of the Geese Lake with the||industrial town Gusinoosjorsk|
|Holy place on the Geese Lake|
|Mountain scenery close to Kjachta|