Types of tourism, Leisure, Tourism
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Types of tourism, Leisure, Tourism


  • Master
  • 2025

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The decision to film The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit in New Zealand was one which had to be issued as an agreement between Warner Brothers and the New Zealand government. The intent to do the film was based on the need to stimulate the economy and to create a specific image attributed to New Zealand. The intent was also inclusive of changing the industry and society into a positive atmosphere, specifically with the expectation that the film would grow in popularity. This was combined with the noted changes in statistics of the society, which required alterations to offer more for those who were living in the region. The approach which was taken toward the filming as well as the expected economic stimulation led to the filming being a positive measure for growth in the economy while

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