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The aim of this study is to review some problems of formation of the tourism industry at the Kazakh sectors of the Silk Routes. The study conducted a literature review method. The conclusion has appeared that among the most promising projects of the XXI century the international program for the revival of the Silk Road on the right holds a special place in its historical and universal scale. Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi, in the city of Turkestan, and Tamgaly petroglyphs (Almaty region) are included in the list of World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. This is a clear proof that our ancestors left a rich heritage and recognised worldwide. We have a unique of its kind, the only post-Soviet state program ‘Cultural Heritage’ in the country. Thanks to her, we have restored dozens of landmarks. Kazakhstan is rich in historical monuments of the country and some objects of archeology are a thousand year old. Not surprisingly, we go to the historians from many countries.
Keywords: Tourism, industry, study, research, formation.
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