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Le tourisme de savoir-faire, moteur de développement territorial ? : Le cas de la région de Baalbek-Hermel au Liban

Abstract : Almost a decade ago, Baalbek-Hermel began to change its identity. It is an agricultural zone, rich in traditional know-how but poor and marginalized by the government since the independence of Lebanon in 1943. The name of this region is associated with the cultivation of cannabis and its distance from Beirut explains its marginalization. In our thesis, we will seek to emphasize the importance of the territorial approach to sustainable development and the role of cultural heritage and its economic benefits for the local community of Baalbek-Hermel. The objective is to identify, through economic, social and cultural criteria, the specificities of the region and its potential to develop a heritage tourism activity in Baalbek-Hermel. Based on the results obtained during the field study, we will propose a model of tourism development that will lead to the creation of a tourist route of know-how and which will meet the expectations of the various stakeholders while extenuating the current weaknesses.
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Diana El Nemr. Le tourisme de savoir-faire, moteur de développement territorial ? : Le cas de la région de Baalbek-Hermel au Liban. Géographie. Normandie Université, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019NORMLH09⟩. ⟨tel-03270588⟩

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