individuals, nations, spots, economy, opportunities coming, tourism industry


In this report, special attention is paid to the fact that tourism is an important sector that brings billions of income to the world economy. The previous research works are mainly related to the tourism of the past, and suggestions and recommendations are given that the main attention should be paid to modern tourism.



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