Sudan Celebrates World Tourism Day in Support of Culture of Peace, Unity
an article by Sudan Vision Daily
Secretary of Museums at the General Authority for Antiquities and Museums, Dr. Abdul-Rahman Ali Mohammed, said celebrating the World Tourism Day, under the theme Tourism - Linking Cultures, aims at establishing the culture of peace, tolerance and unifying the country.
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He explained in a statement to the Sudan News Agency the theme of the annual celebration of the World Tourism Day, coincides with 27 September, is celebrating tourism's role in linking together the cultures of the world and antiquities as a Memory of the Sudanese ancient culture, highlighting the educational, cultural and recreational benefits of visiting Museums in a view that Sudan comprises varieties of Cultures.
Well marketing of Sudanese Antiquities and archeological areas would attract more local and foreign Tourists and contribute in improving the economy of the Sudan, particularly after including the archeological sites of Meroe among the World Heritage of UNESCO.
It is to be noted that the celebration of the World Tourism Day is organized by the Ministry of Tourism, Antiquities and Wildlife in order to promote for Tourism in Sudan besides supporting the cultural, educational and economic aspects in the country.
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