Collectively, the Middle East and North Africa are home to an enormous collection of historical and cultural assets. The most famous of which are the pyramids in Egypt, but there’s plenty more in the region, like remains from the city state of Carthage when it challenged the Roman Republic for dominance of the Mediterranean and present-day Spain, over 2000 years ago. Figuring out how to better promote tourism around these assets is the focus of the second Joint Conference of Arab Ministers of Tourism and Culture. CGTN’s Adnen Chaouachi, reports.
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