facebook
twitter
rss
account
search
search
The annual Mongolian Nadaam Festival, featuring various Mongolian ethnic groups, nomads and wrestlers in traditional garb, opens in Zhenglan Qi, a small town in the northern Chinese province of Inner Mongolia on July 18, 2014.
1 of 66
The annual Mongolian Nadaam Festival, featuring various Mongolian ethnic groups, nomads and wrestlers in traditional garb, opens in Bairin Right Banner of Chifeng city, a small city in the northern Chinese province of Inner Mongolia on July 22, 2014. Nadaam, which means "entertainment and games" in Mongolian, begins with an elaborate ceremony featuring traditional dancers, archers, strong athletes, horse trainers and musicians before competitions in archery, wrestling, costume shows and horse racing begin. UPI/Stephen Shaver
| License Photo
More Collections
2014: Celebrity Families
2014: Celebrity Families
2014: Celebrity Couples
2014: Celebrity Couples
2014: Celebrity Breakups and divorces
2014: Celebrity Breakups and divorces
2014: Swim Week Miami Beach
2014: Swim Week Miami Beach
2014: The Year in Music
2014: The Year in Music
Notable deaths of 2014
Notable deaths of 2014
Most Popular
1
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have set a wedding date Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have set a wedding date
2
Erin Andrews has awkward interview with SF Giants' Hunter Pence Erin Andrews has awkward interview with SF Giants' Hunter Pence
3
Destroyers with ballistic missile defense capability heading to Japan Destroyers with ballistic missile defense capability heading to Japan
4
Amber Rose declares her love for Wiz Khalifa Amber Rose declares her love for Wiz Khalifa
5
Kimberly Guilfoyle: young women should be 'excused' from voting to go on Tinder Kimberly Guilfoyle: young women should be 'excused' from voting to go on Tinder
x
Feedback