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Cooperation: installation of photovoltaic system at Arkhangai Archaeological Research and Exhibition Centre (Mongolia)

The Tsatsyn Ereg Archaeological Research and Exhibition Centre, located in the Mongolian province of Arkhangai, was equipped with a photovoltaic solar power system funded by the Prince’s Government in August and September this year.

The Tsatsyn Ereg Archaeological Research and Exhibition Centre in Arkhangai Province, Mongolia © DR

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