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The International Intellectual Museum is the first privately owned museum and was established on August 13 1990, in Ulaanbaatar. The museum displays over eleven thousands of intellectual items from 130 countries around the World. All items are classified into 15 subcategories in order to create a friendly environment for visitors. The guide is available for every visitor with an explanation of the exhibits. Most of the displays of the museum represent various branches of sciences in simplified form by toys and puzzle games. The fact that visitors are allowed to touch, and challenge themselves by putting puzzle games together, instead of merely seeing, makes the museum attractive and enjoyable.

Over 5000 puzzle games are displayed, starting with simple ones that consist of two pieces to difficult ones from 673 pieces. Assembling and disassembling of these puzzle games are so challenging that they require from 1 up to 56831 movements. Among the various geometrical shapes of the puzzle games, you can find the Seven Wonders of the World made into a puzzle. Unique work of arts, spaceship rockets, monasteries, monuments and buildings are all made into puzzle games.