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Public Transport in Sükhbaatar
There is no information available on the Railway Station in Sükhbaatar.
Sükhbaatar is one of the major stations along the Trans-Mongolian Railway. In Fact, the Sükhbaatar Railroad Station is the very last Station in the North of Mongolia before striking the Russian Border. On the other side of the border lies the Russian Town of Naushki (Наушки) which is part of the Buryatia Republic of the Russian Federation. The Railway line up North connects to Ulan-Ude City and the Trans-Siberian Railway. The line to the South carries passangers and freight down to Ulaanbataar, the Capital of the Republic of Mongolia and beyond across Mongolia and down to the town of Ehrenhot, part of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and situated just across the Chinese Border.
Sükhbaatar has a no National Airport. For the closest airport refer to Ulaanbataar City and Ulaanbataar International Airport. Ulaanbataar can be reached from Sükhbaatar by train. Trains leave for Ulaanbataar several times daily.
The nearest Airport is Ulaanbaatar International Airport, which is located near Ulaanbataar City.
Sükhbaatar was founded as late as the year 1940 AD during the Stalinist Era of Soviet Domination of Mongolia and Inner-Mongolia. It was thus named after the Mongolian revolutionary leader Damdin Sükhbaatar, a national hero and military Leader of the 1921 Revolution that established Mongolia as an Independent Nation, the Republic of Mongolia.
To find out more information on the history of Sükhbaatar City & Sükhbaatar Sum, go to: ′History of Selenge Aimag (Province)′.
There is no information available on life in current Sükhbaatar in Selenge Aimag.
Population: The City is reported to have a population of around 19.000 souls (19.224 in the 2007 Census).
Sükhbaatar is the Capital City of the Selenge Aimag, a Province of North-Central Mongolia. The City lies along the Orhon (Orkhon) River near the border with the Russian Federation.
Sükhbaatar (also Sühbaatar) was founded as the year 1940 AD and today is mainly known among travelers as the northernmost station within Mongolia on the so-called Trans-Mongolian railway. To the north across the border with the Russian federation lies the town of Naushki with beyond the Ulan-Ude Station of the famed Trans-Siberian Railway. To the South lies the Capital of Mongolia, Ulaanbataar.