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|Form of government||Unitary Parliamentary Republic|
|Size in km²||1553560|
|Year of construction||2006|
The Government Palace (Mongolian: Засгын газрын ордон, Zasgiin gazriin ordon) of Mongolia is located on the north side of Sükhbaatar Square, Ulaanbaatar. It houses various state organs such as the legislative State Great Khural, offices of president, prime minister and members of State Great Khural. It is sometimes referred to by Ulaanbaatar residents as the "Saaral Ordon", or "Gray Palace" in the Mongolian language due to the exterior's color.
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Visitors to the parliament building of the world's least populated landlocked country are hailed by a statue of Genghis Khan seated on a throne upon the building's central axis. The façade boasts lavish marble and brass decorations. Symmetrically arranged glazed superstructures on the roof are reminiscent of nomad yurts.
Facts & Figures
|Members of parliament||76||GPD per capita in PPP in US$||11.946|
|Number of women||11||HDI||0,727|
|Pop. per MP||38.936||Democracy index||6,62|
|CO2 total||14.696||CO2 per capita||5,10|