Kharakhorum is a famous ancient capital city of Mongol Empire, was founded in the Orkhon valley by the order of the Great Chinggis Khan in 1220. It was completed by the second great Khan Ugudei and served as the Mongolian capital until Khubilai Khan moved the capital to Beijing. Kharakhorum was one of the most important city, cultural and religious center on the Silk Road. The City was famous its fountain in the shape of a colossal silver tree designed by the French sculptor Guillaum Bouchier. Silver tree simultaneously dispensed mare's milk from silver lion's heads, and wine, rice wine, bal (mead) and airag from four golden spouts shaped like snake heads. On top of the tree was an angel.