Selçuk, Gökalp N.; Çatal, M. Faruk
March 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p297
Academic Journal
Erzurum, the antrepo of silk way and cultural, historical and art city, has declared its name to all the world with Universiade 2011 nowadays. Tourism sector, which is the locomotive sector for the economy of Erzurum and is developing in this field, rapidly has achieved the success that it deserved in recent times. Now, it is developing for being one of the most important ski-centers of the world. This study has aimed to give information about tourism potential available in the province and the effect of economy which it created.


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