Mongol Empire art was quite sophisticated. While the Mongols didn’t produce much literature or fine art during the Mongol Empire, they appreciated and cultivated the arts of the sedentary peoples around them. The Mongol Khans became great patrons of the arts, supporting artists and artisans of all kinds. While not artists themselves in the traditional Mongolian culture, once peace was established in the Empire, all the Khans and sub-khans protected and patronized the arts. In fact, the Mongol Empire gave rise to a flourishing of the fine arts, benefiting the literature and decorative and fine arts of all the people they ruled.
Bonebreaking, horseback archery, scrummaging: How rugby came to Mongolia
(CNN) - Mongolia is a country rich in heritage, shaped by centuries of complex cultural influence.
As such, it's a significant challenge for any western sport to claim the limelight from the nation's old nomadic pastimes.