【DE】A yurt as an eye-catcher

Advertising for the CMT partner country Mongolia at the Stuttgart MesseHerbst

 

 A Mongolian yurt is being built for Stuttgart MesseHerbst: it starts with the individual parts made of black wood |

Photo credits: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH

 

 

The Mongolians are coming! Don’t worry, they come with peaceful intentions. Since Tuesday, six men have been building a Mongolian yurt in the Oskar Lapp Hall (Hall 6) at the Stuttgart exhibition center. Extra imported from France, the traditional accommodation of the nomads will make a special advertisement for CMT at this year’s Stuttgart MesseHerbst: the partner country of the holiday fair next January is Mongolia. After about four hours, the scissor grid is set up, the roof ring is pulled in and the two doors are mounted. Two inlets are rather unusual, but “there will be two doors for entry and exit in accordance with Corona,” explains project manager Elbegtsenguun Sukhee. Last but not least, the scaffolding is wrapped in several panels of fabric. “Actually, the nomads use felt made of 100 percent pure sheep’s wool for this,” reports Elbegtsenguun, “but the plastic-wool mixture is odorless and is therefore used here at the fair.” With a diameter of six meters, a total height of three meters and 1.80 meters high walls, the yurt is more of an upscale, luxurious edition. Yurt, by the way, Turkish for “home, shelter, domestic”, has become commonplace in German language as a term. In Mongolian, however, this mobile accommodation is called Ger. It is not only available on the CMT promotion area as part of the Family & Home as a walk-in, spacious room, “we also show the Mongolian armor of a equestrian warrior as a replica as well as souvenirs and cashmere products from Mongolia for sale,” says Elbegtsenguun. And if you would like to put the weatherproof and winter-proof (with heating stove) yurt in your own garden after the fair, you can do so. The price is a matter of negotiation.

 

 A Mongolian yurt is being built for Stuttgart MesseHerbst: the scissor grid stands, now follows the round roof wreath |

Photo credits: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH

 

 

Photo credits: Landesmesse Stuttgart GmbH

 

 

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