Thousands of tourists enter Sulaymaniyah

11/2/2019 19:00:00

Around 30 thousand tourists arrived in Sulaymaniyah in eight days from southern and central cities of Iraq.


Aram Shwani, spokesman for the General Directorate of Tourism in Sulaimaniyah told PUKmedia that, from 1 to 8/2/2019, 29 thousand and 986 tourists entered the city of Sulaymaniyah.


He added that, the tourists are from the southern and central cities of Iraq.







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