Tehran(IP)- The first tourism exhibition of the Islamic world kicked off in Tehran (Aftab city), aimed at introducing the tourist attractions of Iran and Islamic countries.

Iran PressIran News: International Exhibition is the brand name for Shahr-e Aftab Fairground complex, the most significant exhibition project in Iran, which seeks the establishment of the Iranian World Trade Center and is operationalized in different phases.

The tourism industry, which is the fourth most lucrative industry in Iran, has been in recession in the last two years due to the spread of the corona.

With the decrease of this prevalence globally, tourism has resumed; this exhibition has provided the opportunity to introduce tourist attractions for different provinces of Iran and neighboring Islamic countries.

Since Islamic countries have a lot of cultural commonalities and 90% of Iran's tourism is in the field of Islamic countries, this exhibition is an excellent opportunity to identify the existing capacities.

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This exhibition, which has kicked off this morning, will end on June 10. Booths from Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and Pakistan are also on display to showcase their country's tourism industry.

To collect all the exhibition services in a modern professional, the City Council of Tehran missioned the municipality to prepare the construction plan of Shahr-e Aftab complex. The venue site, a 270-hectare piece of land, is highly accessible, and taxi, bus, van, and subway services and huge parking lots are all available for the convenience of visitors and exhibitors.

Shahr-e Aftab complex consists of four main parts: the exhibition area, the World Trade Center, the residential center, and the Service and Support center, which will reach the international standards and be the most significant complex in all of the middle east as soon as finishing the project.


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