L'ARCHÉOTOURISME DANS LE SUD MAROCAIN, VERS UNE DURABILITÉ DES SITES RUPESTRES

Abstract : In the southern provinces of Morocco, rock art is primarily of scientific interest, but does not exclude the different economic and heritage aspects. The purpose of our work is to seek and understand the prospects for development and possible use of archaeological sites. Thus, the archeotourism makes sense, introducing sustainable management of heritage through the association of regional economic development, protection of rock sites and education heritage. The terms heritage and tourism are marked by the extension of their fields of applications. Feeding on a game of reciprocity. Heritage being presented as a tourist resort and tourism as a factor of heritage conservation.
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Naima Oulmakki, Faysal Lemjidi, Mustapha El Hamri. L'ARCHÉOTOURISME DANS LE SUD MAROCAIN, VERS UNE DURABILITÉ DES SITES RUPESTRES. Antrope, Centro Transdisciplinar das Arqueologias, Instituto Politécnico de Tomar, 2019, ⟨http://www.cta.ipt.pt/⟩. ⟨10.26358/ant1003⟩. ⟨hal-02261296⟩

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