Turkey’s World Heritage Sites to be included in irreversible exhibitions
Irreversible exhibits to introduce the World Heritage Sites of Turkey will be opened in the country’s 81 provinces as part of an arrangement in between the Tourist and Promotion Platform (TUTAP) and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), TUTAP Chairman Fikret Yıldız stated the tourism sector in Turkey has actually been negatively affected by the break out of coronavirus as it has in the rest of the world. Yıldız explained that after the end of the pandemic, Turkey is set to turn into one of the most popular countries for tourism which 70 million travelers and $70 billion (TL 520 billion) in income are targeted for 2023.
Turkey is one of the world’s leading nations in terms of the World Heritage Sites signed up UNESCO, producing an advantage for bring in tourism. “We aim to introduce all our websites registered by the UNESCO in the most accurate way to the target visitors. In addition, it is our duty to inform our own people about these websites,” Yıldız said.
The exhibit will be set up in both Turkish and English, and booklets prepared within the scope of the show will be dispersed complimentary of charge to visitors, he said.
Yıldız noted: “Our exhibits will be offered online too. Individuals will have the chance to go to the shows on the web and get to understand our World Heritage Sites. We will both present our World Heritage Sites to our citizens and introduce them to foreign travelers in the very best way possible.”