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List of districts

  1. Altanbulag (Tov province)
  2. Argalant (Tov province)
  3. Ayrag (Dornogov Province)
  4. Baatsagaan (Bayanhongor province)
  5. Batsumber (Tov province)
  6. Bayan (Tov province)
  7. Bayan-Onzhuul (Tov province)
  8. Bayanchandman' (Tov province)
  9. Bayandelger (Tov province)
  10. Bayanzhargalan (Tov province)
  11. Bayankhangay (Tov province)
  12. Bayantsagaan (Tov province)
  13. Bornuur (Tov province)
  14. Bulgan (Dornod Province)
  15. Buren (Tov province)
  16. Choybalsan (Dornod Province)
  17. Dalanzhargalan (Dornogov Province)
  18. Darhan (Darhan-Uul Province)
  19. Delgerkhaan (Tov province)
  20. Erdene (Tov province)
  21. Erdenesant (Tov province)
  22. Gov-Ugtaal (Dundgov Province)
  23. Halhgol (Dornod Province)
  24. Herlen (Dornod Province)
  25. Hongor (Darhan-Uul Province)
  26. Huld (Dundgov Province)
  27. Lun (Tov province)
  28. Mandah ( Dornogov Provinc)
  29. Mongonmor't (Tov province)
  30. Naranbulag (Uvs province)
  31. Ondershireet (Tov province)
  32. Rashaant (Bulgan Province)
  33. Sayhandulaan (Dornogov Province)
  34. Saynshand, city and district (Dornogov' province)
  35. Sergelen (Tov province)
  36. Teshig (Bulgan Province)
  37. Tolbo (Bayan-Oelgiy Province)
  38. Tseel (Tov province)
  39. Tsogt-Ovoo (Oemnoegov Province)
  40. Ugtaal (Tov province)
  41. Ulaanhus (Bayan-Oelgiy Province)
  42. Zaamar (Tov province)
  43. Zamyn-Uud (Dornogov Province)
  44. Zhargalant (Bayanhongor Province)
  45. Zhargalant (Tov province)
  46. Zuunmod (Tov province)

See also:


Altanbulag

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Argalant

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Ayrag

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Ayrag is one of 14 districts in Dornogov Province. It has 7 443 km2, with about 3 600 inhabitants. District has 4 local administrations. The administrative center is Har-Ayrag.
Valentin Poposki, 15 July 2020

Baatsagaan

[district in Bayanhongor province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Bayanhongor province] by Valentin Poposki

Baatsagaan district is one of 20 districts of Bayanhongor province. It has 7 447 km2 with about 3 200 inhabitants. The district has 7 villages. Administrative center is Bayansayr. The flag is horizontal tricolor red-blue-green with district emblem in the center.
Valentin Poposki, 12 July 2020

Batsumber

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayan

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayan-Onzhuul

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayanchandman'

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayandelger

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayanzhargalan

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayankhangay

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bayantsagaan

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bornuur

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Bulgan

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

Bulgan is one of 14 districts of Dornod Province. It has 7 111 km2, with about 1900 inhabitants. The district has 4 villages (or local administrations). Its administrative center is Oendoerhoshuu. The flag is white with district emblem in the center.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Buren

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Choybalsan

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

Choybalsan district is completely different entity with City of Choybalsan! The district has 10 152 km2, with with about 2 700 inhabitants. It has 3 villages (or local administrations), and its administrative center is Hulstay. The flag is blue (greyish blue) with district emblem in the center.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Dalanzhargalan

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Dalanzhargalan is one of 14 districts in Dornogov Province. It has about 2 600 inhabitants, in 4 local administration. The flag has three horizontal stripes of deep-blue, green and yellow, with district emblem in the center of the left half of the flag, overlapping slightly upper and lower stripes.
Valentin Poposki, 15 July 2020

Darhan

[district in  Darhan-Uul Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Darhan-Uul Province] by Valentin Poposki

Darhan district is one of 4 districts in Darhan-Uul Province. It is identical with Darhan City (hot), but has the status of district (sum). District has 103 km2, with 106 000 inhabitants. The flag contains the similar symbol as provincial flag, but on green background.
Valentin Poposki, 15 July 2020

Delgerkhaan

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Erdene

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Erdenesant

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Gov-Ugtaal

[district in  Dundgov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dundgov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dundgov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Gov-Ugtaal is one of 15 districts in Dundgov Province. The flag is blue over yellow with district emblem on the blue field toward the hoist. The photo shows a variant of the old emblem. I don't know if the flag is changed when the new emblem was adopted. Attached are the photo of the flag, and old new and old emblem.
Valentin Poposki, 19 July 2020

Halhgol

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

Halhgol is the largest district in Dornod Province. It has 28 093 km2, with 3 200 inhabitants. District has 3 villages (or local administrations) and its administrative center is Tsagaanbulag. The flag is deep red with district emblem in the center.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Herlen

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornod Province] by Valentin Poposki

Herlen district is the capital city district. It contains only the City of Choybalsan, which is the provincial capital. The city (and the district) has 281 km2, with about 42 000 inhabitants. The city has a flag which has three horizontal stripes of deep blue, white (which is twice wider) and green. The green stripe itself has a light blue uneven stripe which goes in all its length, and in the white stripe (toward the hoist) is positioned the city emblem. Little complicated, so I attach here some larger files, hoping that someone will take the opportunity to make a fine gif of the flag.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Hongor

[district in Darhan-Uul Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Darhan-Uul Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Darhan-Uul Province] by Valentin Poposki

Hongor is one of 4 districts in Darhan-Uul Province. It has 2 533 km2, with about 5 700 inhabitants. District has 3 villages (or local administrations). I found the original document dated 14.01.2013 of adoption the flag. I attach the part with the image of the flag with measures (so if some fine giffer want to take a chance... :) and emblem.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Huld

[district in  Dundgov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dundgov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Huld is one of 15 districts in Dundgov Province. The flag is blue over yellow with district emblem on the blue field toward the hoist. Attached are images of the flag and the emblem.
Valentin Poposki, 19 July 2020

Lun

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Mandah

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Mandah is one of 14 districts in Dornogov Province. The district has 12 660 km2, with about 1 600 inhabitants. It has 5 local administrations. The flag has three vertical stripes of green, yellow and green, with district emblem on the first stripe.
Valentin Poposki, 15 July 2020

Mongonmor't

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Naranbulag

[Naranbulag district in Uvs province] by Yuri Pirogov

The flag of Naranbulag sum, Uvs province, Mongolia was adopted Dec. 28, 2011 Autor: B. Saynbayar. Image of flag only: http://stat.gogo.mn/blog/14/63374/uvsnaranbulag/tug-1.jpg
Yuri Pirogov, 11 October 2013

Ondershireet

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Rashaant

[district in Bulgan Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Bulgan Province] by Valentin Poposki

The Rashaant is one of 16 districts in Bulgan Province. It has 1 012 km2, with about 3 200 inhabitants. The district has 3 villages (or local administrations). The administrative center is Ulaanshiveet. The flag consists of red field with white triangle on the hoist. Inside the triangle is positioned the district emblem with district name below it and emblem.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Sayhandulaan

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

The Sayhandulaan is one of 14 districts in Dornogov Province. It has 9 558 km2, with about 1 200 inhabitants. District has 4 local administrations, and the administrative center is Oelziyt. Here I attach the document of the adoption of the district flag and emblem, dated 15.05.2008, and sealed.
Valentin Poposki, 19 July 2020

Saynshand, city and district

[district in Dornogov' province] by Vanja Poposki

Sergelen

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Teshig

[district in Bulgan Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Bulgan Province] by Valentin Poposki

Teshig is one of 16 districts in Bulgan Province. It has 7 719 km2, with about 3 200 inhabitants. The flag is horizontal tricolor blue-yellow-green, with white triangle on the hoist overlapping the stripes. The district emblem is positioned within the triangle.
Valentin Poposki, 14 July 2020

Tolbo

[district in Bayan-Oelgiy Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Bayan-Oelgiy Province] by Valentin Poposki

Tolbo is one of 13 districts in Bayan-Oelgiy Province. It has 2 975 km2, with about 3 900 inhabitants. The flag is horizontal tricolor light-blue - green - deep-blue with additional elements all over the flag. District emblem is also attached.
Valentin Poposki, 13 July 2020

Tseel

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Tsogt-Ovoo

[district in Oemnoegov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Ugtaal

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Ulaanhus

[district in Bayan-Oelgiy Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Bayan-Oelgiy Province] by Valentin Poposki

Ulaanhus is one of 13 districts in Bayan-Oelgiy Province. It has 6 048 km2 with about 8 000 inhabitants. The district has 8 villages. The administrative center is Biluu. District flag and emblem attached.
Valentin Poposki, 12 July 2020

Zaamar

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Zamyn-Uud

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in  Dornogov Province] by Valentin Poposki

Zamyn-Uud district consists entirely of the City of Zamyn-Uud. It has 487 km2, with about 14 500 inhabitants. The flag is light-blue with city emblem in the center of it.
Valentin Poposki, 15 July 2020

Zhargalant (Bayanhongor Province)

[district in Bayanhongor Province] by Valentin Poposki

[district in Bayanhongor province] by Valentin Poposki

Zhargalant is one of 20 districts in Bayanhongor Province. It has 4 175 km2 with about 3 900 inhabitants. The district has 4 villages. The administrative center is Zhargalant. The flag is light blue (or teal?) with modified district emblem in the center, with name of district below. It has three tails (red, yellow and blue) at the fly.
Valentin Poposki, 12 July 2020

Zhargalant (Tov province)

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg

Zuunmod

[district in Tov province] by Mello Luchtenberg