10 Lost Nations That Once Ruled the World

Statue of Genghis Khan at Marble Arch

Statue of Genghis Khan at Marble Arch, Credits: geograph.org.uk

The Mongolian Empire

Territory-wise, the Mongolian Empire was one of the largest the world has ever seen, ruling over 16% of the earth’s landmass and around 210 million people. Young Genghis Khan swore to “bring the world to his feet” and he did, in a way. However, the Black Death and Mongol’s lack of political experience eventually led to its annexation by the Russian Empire in the 18th century.

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