Bayan-Ölgii (Mongolian: ????-?????; Kazakh: ???-????, Rich support/locale, on the other hand spelled Olgiy, Ulgii, and so on.) is the westernmost of the 21 aimags (territories) of Mongolia. The nation's just Muslim and Kazakh-larger part aimag, it was built up in August 1940. Its capital is Ölgii. The aimag is situated in the extraordinary west of the nation, and offers outskirts with both Russia and China. The outskirt between the two neighboring nations is short here, however, and closes after around 40 km at the eastern end of Kazakhstan. Inside Mongolia, the neighboring aimags are Uvs in the north east and Khovd in the south east. Lake Tolbo Bayan-Ölgii is the most noteworthy Mongolian aimag. Generally it is situated in the Mongolian Altay, at the move indicate the Russian Altay. Around 10% of the region are secured by backwoods, comprising essentially of Siberian Larch. The Nairamdal Peak (likewise Friendship Peak, Chinese: Youyi Feng) of the Altai Tavan Bogd (five holy people mountain) massif mountain denote the corner between the three neighboring nations. Around 2.5 km facilitate south on the Mongolian-Chinese fringe, the Khüiten Peak is the most noteworthy purpose of Mongolia at a tallness of 4,374 m. The massif incorporates a few ice sheets, for example, the 19 km Potanin Glacier, and is just open to experienced climbers with nearby direction. The Khovd River (the longest in the western Mongolian Great Lakes Depression) has its source in this aimag. It is encouraged by the three lakes Khoton, Khurgan, and Dayan, and thus nourishes the lake Khar-Us Lake in the Khovd Aimag. The Tolbo Lake is a vast saline lake around 50 km south of the aimag capital. It highlights clear and chilly water on a rise of 2,080 m. Population[edit] Most occupants of Bayan-Ölgii are Kazakhs (93%[1]). Littler parts of the populace are made out of Uriankhai, Dörvöd,[2] Khalkha, Tuva and Khoshuud. A noteworthy bit of the populace communicates in Kazakh as their native language and the Mongolian dialect just as a moment dialect, if by any means. After democratization, numerous occupants moved to their authentic country, Kazakhstan, expecting they would locate a superior future there. The outcome was a recognizable loss of populace in 1991-1993, when approx. 80 thousands were repatriated to Kazakhstan. A detectable number of previous foreigners have been returning, so that the populace has risen once more.