السبت، 17 ديسمبر، 2011

Purpose of establishing the Museum of Popular Life

Is keeping the Jordanian folklore from loss and extinction to be a milestone on the achievements of the Jordanian community and creativity, and style of interaction with the surrounding natural environment, and how to deal with them and harness their resources to satisfy multiple needs.

The aim of the museum as well to provide the elements and means to shed some light on the nature of social life that prevailed in the Jordanian society in the period of its history, and stand on the values ​​and social customs that prevailed, and that because of these cultural elements of material reflects the methods of social organization in many ways from social life, especially eating utensils, drink and clothing and agricultural tools

Museum of popular life

Museum of popular life / University of Jordan, came the idea of ​​a Museum of popular life in the University of Jordan in 1977 so that the contents of this museum room practical for some theoretical knowledge taught in the Department of Sociology for social life in Jordanian society, especially the knowledge contained in material Anthropology.

At first the students under the supervision of teacher material anthropology collect many elements of folklore from their homes on a voluntary basis, the idea has already succeeded where an exhibition of Jordanian folklore in 1981,

After this date the first President of the University Museum this much attention, and formed a committee to follow up its development to become what it is now.

The museum includes many elements of folklore, a man-made tools and Jordanian Achtgaha of the natural environment surrounding the animal and to meet the requirements and needs of the multiple, and the rights of Jordan enters this element of some renovations and improvements to suit their needs with renewable energy.

the contents of the museum have been classified according to the material they are made according to the purpose of the tool and use, bringing the museum includes farming tools, clothing, home decorations, furniture, tools, food and drinking coffee house poetry and tools for the animal and the like

Sections Museum of Jordanian Heritage

Stages of gathering food and the early stages of production
Cover of human history in Jordan, as indicated by studies on more than a million and a half million years ago adopted a rights during this long era of hunting and gathering plants, and the Old Stone Age tools discovered variety, made of local stone and flint Kalpaazelt. In about 1700 to 8000 BC, learning of human exploitation of food sources and specialize in hunting and became a collection of grass seed a major source of livelihood, and the presence of the jars and pistils stone blades peridotitic evidence of the growing importance of plant seeds and started the human tendency to live in larger groups and more organized. There were semi-permanent residential sites in the form of small shacks. The transition from gathering food to the production has had a gradual transition to food production, the effects are clear on the lives of stability and the subsequent social transformations, political, and ideological and religious beliefs. And established large agricultural villages around the valleys and water sources, for example, Jericho, Ain Ghazal and Basta, white houses and evolved from isolated rooms round shape to rectangular houses and connected.
About 6000 BC became agricultural villages appear in the upland areas and the Jordan Valley and guided to the population of the pottery industry as a feedstock in the household uses. And achieved an advanced level of agricultural production until the glandular main source of food in the fifth millennium BC. AD and flourished in this period a large group of villages such as lye and Abu Tlelat reward and clouds.
The development of mini-states and cities 3200_ 400 BCOne of the museum's coffers
Jordan has witnessed and parts of the Levant three stages of urbanization have developed villages crowded with the beginning of the third millennium BC to the fortified cities, such as Java and the door arm and Alzericon. In the second millennium BC was characterized by stages of increasing urbanization, the impact of Egypt to become the entire region under the influence of Egypt Among the important centers in the second millennium BC Sahab and Irbid, Deir Alla, Amman and Tel snakes layer and the stallion. And industries have undergone significant transformations and fast, including progress in mining by the end of the fourth millennium BC, mixing copper and tin led to the production of bronze harder.
Resulted in formation of kingdoms and Almaabeyen Ammonites and Edomites in Jordan and the other Aramaic kingdoms in the rest of the Levant to the radical shift in the economic system by the end of the second millennium BC and followed her in key settlements of Oman and the Theban, Karak and the capitals of her insight. The elements of these kingdoms trade, mining and pastoral life, which helped them to control the south of Jordan and Palestine.

Museum of Jordanian Heritage

Museum is part of a heritage from the Faculty of Archaeology and Anthropology, Yarmouk University, was opened in 1988. The Museum offers many activities for the local community, students, researchers and visitors, including exhibitions, lectures and visits, as the museum is a complement of what the archaeologists and anthropologists and patterns of work that helps explain the history of Jordan, as shown in the museum stages of the development of civilization witnessed by Jordan during the periods of successive, and focus on relations and cultural contacts and distribution of population and economic life and the various manifestations of civilization.Jar inside the museum (storage jar from the Abu Hamed)
The museum illustrates the stages of the development of civilization in the periods of time, tracking, and focuses on relationships and cultural communication, and distribution of population and economic life and the various manifestations of civilization.Museum of Jordanian Heritage from abroad
Include the main hall displays that show the features of the social history since ancient times, from the fishing communities and the combination and then communities of agricultural villages and then communities, countries, cities and communities of herders and Albdoah early and then link the East and West since the fourth century BC to the mid-seventh century AD and then Jordan as part of the the Islamic world as well as re-representation of some traditional crafts and rural home.

Petra Nabataean Museum

Museum Petra Nabataean Museum is located in Jordan at the beginning of the road leading to the monastery, was officially inaugurated on the fifth of April of 1994.Halls of the museum
The museum consists of three main halls: Hall the first and include an introduction about the history and geology of the Kingdom of the Nabataeans of Petra as well as artifacts representing the preparation of food in the Neolithic, pottery Edomite, Nabataean sculpture, and water engineering Nabatiyeh.
• The second hall is dedicated to finds from archaeological excavations, and in chronological order starting from fossil Beida belonging to the Neolithic period, and the fossil atTawilan belonging to the Iron Age, and fossil Alzentor, which uncovered the houses Nabataean and Roman later, and fossil Alzerabh where the detector ovens Pottery Nabataean dated to the end of the first century BC. m. Until the sixth century AD, the Temple of the Black winged fossil Nabati, Palace and Temple of fossil girl in the center of Petra, and the end of Bhvria Byzantine church.
• This room also includes a brief history of trade and caravan routes Nabatiyeh Petra in the Middle Ages. The third room contains a two-Alasrjh group of pottery by the development industry, and bronze statues, pottery, dishes, regular and colored coins, jewelry, jewelry and some copper and bronze tools in addition to the large pottery jars.

Museum of Ancient Petra

Establishment
Museum of Ancient Petra

The museum is located inside the old natural rock in a cave leading to the fortress of Nabatiyeh, caught up in Petra, was founded in 1963, and consists of a main hall and two side two rooms. Rise to the museum is through  



the inclusion of engraved rock forward Aladarj stone monument of the Nabataean god with urticaria

Museum of the People's Fashion

Museum of fashion popular in the city of Amman was established museum popular jewelry and fashion popular in 1971 was established the museum in the eastern part of the Roman amphitheater in downtown Jordan, and the most important objectives of collecting folklore Jordanian and Palestinian peoples from all areas on the banks of the Jordan River, in order to preserve and maintain this heritage from extinction, and presented to future generations. The museum also aims to provide our heritage to the world and analyzed by highlighting the best of his way through the appropriate and beautiful. And the museum contains five halls of the show devoted to the first room of the east bank of fashion from different regions. Either the second hall show how a group of fashion as well as the Palestinian headgear used in it. And displayed in the hall the fourth set of the popular cooking utensils made ​​of clay and wood in addition to a set of silver ornaments, clothing and clothing the bride in the West Bank. Either the fifth hall in the basement of the Roman runway, showing a group of mosaics from Madaba and Jerash churches ..

Jordan Archaeological Museum

Jordan Archaeological Museum Jordan Museum is built in 1951. Located at the top of the center of Amman Citadel, featuring groups contained artifacts to the museum of archaeological excavations conducted in various sites of Jordan. The groups are arranged chronologically sequenced from the Old Stone Age and gradually until the Islamic era. Museum exhibits include a variety of pottery and glass and metal and plaster statues of pottery, stone, and inscriptions, writings, seals and groups of gold jewelry and coins representing different historical periods. Of the most important contents of the museum statues of Ain ​​Ghazal frescoes dating back to around 6000 BC. CE, as well as the manuscript of the Dead Sea brass letters written Aramaic. The museum is open from 9-5 pm in the winter, and from 9-7 pm in the summer, except Fridays and public holidays

Museum of Ajloun

Was established Museum of Ajloun in 1993, in a room Ajloun castle which was built in 1184 during the reign of Saladin, in the interest of the Department of Antiquities in maintaining the remnants of civilizations material that reflect the community heritage and history, and provides visitors with the knowledge and access.
Projects
The excavations in the province of Ajlun is very limited, has been limited to surveys of archaeological accompanied excavations limited focused over the past years the valley (the valley of despair, and the Valley Ajloun - Kufranja) in addition to the archaeological excavations carried out in Tel Abu Serpot in the northern Jordan Valley during the period from 1988 -1992 AD.

Museum of Salt

Salt Archaeological Museum is located in the center of Salt and the new trade was founded in 1986Halls of the museum
And the museum contains rooms for display are:
The main hall: In this room a group of pottery pieces found at the site Tlelat lye from the Stone Age copper (4500-3300 BC).. Of Treasury and allocated to the early Bronze Age (3300 -2200 BC). A group of large water jars and pottery Alasrjh, and has found most of these pieces in the stairs, and sleepless-east.
• The Khozanta the Middle Bronze Age and late (2200-1200 BC).. Fathtoyan mostly on pottery dishes from archaeological excavations in the areas of brown spot and Ktarh.
• Treasury and includes the Iron Age (1200-539 BC). Asrjh and pottery from Tel Deir Alla.
• The Treasury and the Byzantine period (324-636 m) span a large number of pieces of glass and a group of Alasrjh Alhimdnat and that was in the church in the area Bzantah Gelad.
• and contains Treasury seventh pieces of pottery date back to the Ayyubid period Mamluk (1174-1516 m) and comprises the main hall is also the remains of people have been ancient and found in the area of ​​Wadi Shuaib and in the tomb, ROMANIAN, a bracelet bronze necklaces, copper addition to the collection of money Hellenistic and even the Ayyubid period.
Exhibition Hall II: - and are smaller in size and displays the groups of pieces of pottery and glass in various forms such as Alasrjh and dishes and bottles were discovered in different parts of the province of Balqa and this room also includes a set of photographs of large and small that represent models of houses Salt heritage and some of the neighborhoods and markets of old.

Museum of Umm Qais

Rebuilt by the Department of Antiquities in cooperation with the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology a old houses in the town of Umm Qais in 1987 and used a museum was opened in the same period
This museum comprises two rooms, with the first of three safes, one devoted to the pottery of Osrjh and a small tractor, masks, etc., which stretches from the Hellenistic period until the Islamic period.

The Treasury is the second weight is found inside the tombs in the area of ​​Um Qais,

Treasury and the third includes decorative stones, as well as medium-sized pottery jars dating back to Roman and Byzantine eras, and some Egyptian statues of basalt stone and limestone.

The second room has been allocated to various stone statues of the period, mostly Romanian. Inside the museum is a public square with stone coffins of basaltic columns and capitals and bases of the columns of limestone and basalt in addition to two gates of basalt stone and mosaics.

Museum of the Aqaba Region

Museum of the territory Alakbho Museum of Aqaba (in English: Aqaba Archaeological Museum) is located next to the historic castle of the city of Aqaba, and the museum houses artifacts from the seventh century to the relics dating back to the beginning of the twelfth century AD. Is this museum within the palace Sharif Hussein Bin Ali in Aqaba, [1] opened the museum in January 1990 and currently has a number of artifacts that are significant and found at the site of Ayla Islamic belonging to the dawn of Islam and the periods Umayyad, Abbasid, Fatimid, ie it represents the covenants of the Islamic Since the mid-seventh century until the beginning of the twelfth century AD.
The most important effects of the text of the Holy verse written in Kufic script, which was above the city's eastern gate (Bab Egypt), as well as a number of gold coins struck in the Kingdom of Morocco and a number of Fatimid dinars.
As the only port city of Aqaba, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan was faced with special circumstances in the field of maritime trade through the Red Sea and land routes through the Levant and the Arabian Peninsula, in addition to that they are important center on the pilgrimage route.
The archaeological finds indicate, imported from the Hijaz, Yemen, Iraq, Egypt and Morocco to China, the importance of the port of Aqaba. The settlement of the Aqaba region since the Stone Age copper at the very least.

Museum of Irbid

Irbid Museum of Antiquities Department has set up this museum, and contains many artifacts discovered in the areas of Irbid, and is the oldest museum in the province. Vamt where the Ministry of Culture founded in the second half of the last century (the sixties
Establishment of the museum
The foundations of Irbid Archaeological Museum in the early sixties with the opening of the Office of the effects of Irbid, and was a one room is located on the back of Tel Irbid Archaeological, and this was the room containing some of the pieces found during archaeological excavations that were conducted in the province. With the passage of time, and the multiplicity of archaeological excavations in the province, and increase the archaeological finds, hired in 1984 building in the southern neighborhood of the city of Irbid, and allocated the ground floor as a museum and offers a broad archaeological treasures discovered, Byzantine and Islamic.

 The contents of the museum
Among the most important content at the Museum showcases the effects of Irbid: Antique pottery and glass dating back to different eras ranging archaeological and ancient Neolithic until the Islamic era. Collected a large number of effects from the results of archaeological excavations sponsored by the Department of Antiquities in cooperation with the international archaeological missions, and most of these effects due to the multiple historical periods. Begins the third thousand BC, and continues through the ages Hellenistic and Romanian

Motels places in Egypt.

There are motels in Egypt in many tourist destinations, such as:

     Abu Simbel
     Aswan
     Alexandria (such as a motel King Mariot)
     Luxor
     Ain Sukhna
     Hurghada
     Cairo
     Dahab
     Sharm El Sheikh

Motel

Hotel is dedicated to the motorists on the highway or a hotel stop on the road or travel outside the cities and also be a break
History

Entered the word motel (in English: Motel) dictionary after World War II Klfezh carved words Alangelazitin motor and hotel or motorists' hotel, which was the point in the beginning to the type of hotel consisting of one building and the rooms connected doors in the face of a car park .

With the development of highways in the United States in the twenties and because of the long distances there is a need to overnight accommodation is cheap and easy access for passengers, ie, close to main roads. This is what led to the development and spread of the concepts of motels

Bal du moulin de la Galette

Bal du moulin de la Galette (commonly known as Dance at Le moulin de la Galette) is an 1876 painting by French artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. It is housed at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris and is one of Impressionism's most celebrated masterpieces. The painting depicts a typical Sunday afternoon at Moulin de la Galette in the district of Montmartre in Paris. In the late 19th century, working class Parisians would dress up and spend time there dancing, drinking, and eating galettes into the evening.

Like other works of Renoir's early maturity, Bal du moulin de la Galette is a typically Impressionist snapshot of real life. It shows a richness of form, a fluidity of brush stroke, and a flickering light.

From 1879 to 1894 the painting was in the collection of the French painter Gustave Caillebotte; when he died it became the property of the French Republic as payment for death duties. From 1896 to 1929 the painting hung in the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris. From 1929 it hung in the Musée du Louvre until it was transferred to the Musée d'Orsay in 1986.

Bilbao Fine Arts Museum

The Bilbao Fine Arts Museum (Spanish: Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Basque: Bilboko Arte Ederren Museoa) is an art museum located in the city of Bilbao, Spain. The building of the museum is located entirely inside the city's Doña Casilda Iturrizar park.

It is the second largest and most visited museum in the Basque Country, after the Bilbao Guggenheim Museum

Beaches as habitat

A beach is an unstable environment which exposes plants and animals to changeable and potentially harsh conditions. Some small animals burrow into the sand and feed on material deposited by the waves. Crabs, insects and shorebirds feed on these beach dwellers. The endangered Piping Plover and some tern species rely on beaches for nesting. Sea turtles also lay their eggs on ocean beaches. Seagrasses and other beach plants grow on undisturbed areas of the beach and dunes.

Ocean beaches are habitats with organisms adapted to salt spray, tidal overwash, and shifting sands. Some of these organisms are found only on beaches. Examples of these beach organisms in the southeast US include plants like sea oats, sea rocket, beach elder, beach morning glory aka Ipomoea pes-caprae, and beach peanut, and animals such as mole crabs aka Hippoidea, coquina clams aka Donax, ghost crabs, and white beach ti

Artificial beaches

Some beaches are artificial; they are either permanent or temporary (For examples see Monaco, Paris, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, Nottingham, Toronto, Hong Kong and Singapore, and Tianjin).

The soothing qualities of a beach and the pleasant environment offered to the beachgoer are replicated in artificial beaches, such as "beach style" pools with zero-depth entry and wave pools that recreate the natural waves pounding upon a beach. In a zero-depth entry pool, the bottom surface slopes gradually from above water down to depth. Another approach involves so-called urban beaches, a form of public park becoming common in large cities. Urban beaches attempt to mimic natural beaches with fountains that imitate surf and mask city noises, and in some cases can be used as a play park.

Beach nourishment involves pumping sand onto beaches to improve their health. Beach nourishment is common for major beach cities around the world; however the beaches that have been nourished can still appear quite natural and often many visitors are unaware of the works undertaken to support the health of the beach. Such beaches are often not recognized (by consumers) as artificial.

A concept of IENCE has been devised to describe investment into the capacity of natural environments. IENCE is Investment to Enhance the Natural Capacity of the Environment and includes things like beach nourishment of natural beaches to enhance recreational enjoyment and snow machines that extend ski seasons for areas with an existing snow economy developed upon a natural snowy mountain. As the name implies IENCE is not quite mainstream natural science as its goal is to artificially invest into an environment's capacity to support anthropogenic economic activity. An artificial reef designed to enhance wave quality for surfing is another example of IENCE. The Surfrider Foundation has debated the merits of artificial reefs with members torn between their desire to support natural coastal environments and opportunities to enhance the quality of surfing waves. Similar debates surround Beach nourishment and Snow cannon in sensitive environments.

Beaches and recreation

Many beaches are very popular on warm sunny days. In the Victorian era, many popular beach resorts were equipped with bathing machines because even the all-covering beachwear of the period was considered immodest. This social standard still prevails in many Muslim countries. At the other end of the spectrum are topfree beaches and nude beaches where clothing is optional or not allowed. In most countries social norms are significantly different on a beach in hot weather, compared to adjacent areas where similar behaviour might not be tolerated and might even be prosecuted.

Usually beach wear consists of a bikini, short shorts, and beach sandals for women. For men it is usually swim trunks and beach sandals.

In more than thirty countries in Europe, South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, Costa Rica, South America and the Caribbean, the best recreational beaches are awarded Blue Flag status, based on such criteria as water quality and safety provision. Subsequent loss of this status can have a severe effect on tourism revenues.

Beach formation

Beaches are the result of wave action by which waves or currents move sand or other loose sediments of which the beach is made as these particles are held in suspension. Alternatively, sand may be moved by saltation (a bouncing movement of large particles). Beach materials come from erosion of rocks offshore, as well as from headland erosion and slumping producing deposits of scree. Some of the whitest sand in the world, along Florida's Emerald Coast, comes from the erosion of quartz in the Appalachian Mountains. A coral reef offshore is a significant source of sand particles.

The shape of a beach depends on whether or not the waves are constructive or destructive, and whether the material is sand or shingle. Constructive waves move material up the beach while destructive waves move the material down the beach. On sandy beaches, the backwash of the waves removes material forming a gently sloping beach. On shingle beaches the swash is dissipated because the large particle size allows percolation, so the backwash is not very powerful, and the beach remains steep. Cusps and horns form where incoming waves divide, depositing sand as horns and scouring out sand to form cusps. This forms the uneven face on some sand shorelines.

There are several beaches which are claimed to be the "World's longest", including Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh (120 km unbroken), Praia do Cassino, Fraser Island beach, 90 Mile Beach in Australia (151 km) and 90 Mile Beach in New Zealand (88 km), Troia-Sines Beach (63 km) in Portugal and Long Beach, Washington (which is about 40 km).

Beach

A beach is a geological landform along the shoreline of an ocean, sea, lake or river. It usually consists of loose particles which are often composed of rock, such as sand, gravel, shingle, pebbles or cobblestones. The particles comprising the beach are occasionally biological in origin, such as mollusc shells or coralline algae.

Wild beaches are beaches which do not have lifeguards or trappings of modernity nearby, such as resorts and hotels. They are sometimes called undeclared, undeveloped or undiscovered beaches. Wild beaches can be valued for their untouched beauty and preserved nature. They are most commonly found in less developed areas including, for example, parts of Puerto Rico, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

Beaches typically occur in areas along the coast where wave or current action

The objectives of the World Tourism Organization

The objectives of the World Tourism Organization
- Transfer of expertise and international experience and technical knowledge of the tourism sector. 2 - to contribute to building the capacity of workers in the field of tourism. 3 - to strengthen the partnership in tourism development. 4 - to promote tourism as a mechanism for peace, and a tool for joint cooperation in maintaining the cultural and economic diversity. 5 - the exchange of expertise and experience available to other countries in the development of the tourism sector

World Tourism Organization

Organization is the UN concerned with the affairs of countries in terms of tourism, and exports statistics on tourism demand and supply in the world, based in Madrid.
 Emerging
 Emerged as an international conference organized transport associations tourism official, who founded in 1925 in The Hague, and after World War II. Amended its name to the International Union of Official Travel Organizations and moved to Geneva. This was the Union technical and non-governmental organizations and the number of members to 109 during the peak tourist and national organizations and 88 associates, including members of the groups in both the public and private sectors in the world. In 1967 the Union members, convert it to a governmental entity authorized to conduct international agreements on a global basis on all matters related to tourism and to cooperate with other competition organizations, especially those of the United Nations system, such as WHO, UNESCO and the International Civil Aviation Organization. The decision was made for the same purpose in 1969 by the General Assembly of the United Nations to organize the central role of the Union, which should play in the field of tourism in collaboration with existing entities within the United Nations. After the resolution passed the Statute of the World Tourism Organization in 1974 by the countries that joined the official tourist organizations to the International Federation of the above. The new organization held their general assemblies first in Madrid in 1975, and appointed the General Secretariat in Madrid in the beginning of the year following the proposal of the Spanish government provided a building for the headquarters of the year. In 1976 the organization became an executive agency of the United Nations for development. In 1977 and signed a formal cooperation agreement with the United Nations itself, and in 2003 transformed the Organization into a specialized agency of the United Nations. In 2005, the number of members to 145 countries and seven territories and some 350 members representing the managing director of the private sector, educational institutions, tourism associations and local tourism authorities.

Development of tourism

This diversity is the result of the development of the tourism industry and the product crept to the forefront of economic sectors in the world .. tourism has been able to overcome all the crises and industry experience has shown that it does not dry up and disappear, but grow year after year despite all the unfortunate events that may be experienced by the tourism industry is .. associated with human desire to know and skip the border .. I expected some years ago that the less tourist traffic with the development of the media and the emergence of the Internet, which filled with information, images and data .. but the years have proven that tourism will remain the most growing industries and most established .. despite the entry of many countries in the period recent travel and tourism market but the market can absorb the whole world .. it is the world's industry of the world and to the world .. and the most advanced and open-minded and understanding is the one who can take it as much as what he wants.

Types of tourism

Medical tourism: travel for treatment and recreation in health resorts in various parts of the world, as in India, for example.
     Eco-tourism: travel to visit nature reserves, such as nature reserves in Africa.
     Marine tourism: It is widespread in the Arab world, in Agadir, Sharm El Sheikh, Lattakia, Aqaba and Alexandria.
     Congress tourism: a tourism activities associated with the presence of global conferences, which are the various capitals around the world.
     Shopping Tourism: They are to travel for shopping from countries that are very abundant in parks and the quality of purchase price, including Dubai, London, Paris, Milan, Frankfurt and Berlin are destinations for shopping.
     Different kinds of sports tourism
     Recreational Tourism: They are to travel to places Alsaahihalmarovh in the world.
     Religious Tourism: Travel to visit sites sacred to religions such as Mecca and Medina for the Muslims, the Vatican and various monasteries for Christians, including St. Catherine's Monastery in South Sinai in Egypt as well as visit Alohram or religious retreats in the mountains for Hindus and Buddhists.

The tourism industry

No longer the tourism industry as it was years ago .. branched branches and overlapped and became involved in most areas of daily life .. no longer the tourism of the person who carries a small bag and travel to the country to spend several nights in a hotel and walk around between the features of the country's archaeological .. change the case and change and tourism surpassed the narrow limits of the intervention force to every place to which affect and are affected by it. The modern types

Adventure Tourism

Adventure Tourism: Algraúb and access to and control the population and their habits, such as mountain climbing Kjebal atlas, surfing, and also to ski the Empty Quarter desert sand gold and red desert sand Nafud the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Leisure tourism: travel to a well-known tourist destinations in the world.
Religious Tourism: Travel to visit holy places such as Mecca and Medina and the Vatican.
Cultural Tourism: The goal visit cultural venues such as Fez, Palmyra, Lahore

Know on tourism

Tourism is an activity of leisure travel, and the provision of services related to this activity. The tourist is a person who is moving for the purpose of tourism for a distance of at least eighty kilometers from his home. According to the definition of the World Tourism Organization (affiliated to the United Nations)