It includes: customs, representations, expressions, knowledge and skills, and related tools, items, artifacts and cultural spaces recognized by communities, groups and in some cases by individuals as a part of tourist attraction. Such intangible objects transmitted from generation to generation are constantly recovered by the communities and groups depending on their environment, their interaction with nature and their history and form their self-identity and historical continuity, thus, contributing to respect of cultural diversity and human creativity. According to the Convention "On popularization of the tourist attractions for sustainable development of communities, peoples and nations" (adopted by the second session of Eurasian Council for Culture, Science and Education gathered on November 7, 2017 in Antalya, the Turkish Republic) the intangible tourist objects complying with the current international legislation on human rights and requirements of mutual respect between the communities, groups and individuals, and sustainable development are taken into account.