ISTANBUL, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 23:  A woman takes a photograph in Eminonu on February 23, 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey. Turkey's booming tourism industry is beginning to feel the effects of the countries growing instability and recent terrorist attacks. Figures recently released by The Turkish Statistical Institute show the country was already losing tourist numbers towards the end of 2015, revenues sank to 31.5billion from 34.3billion in 2014.  After Russia introduced sanctions against Turkey for the downing of a Russian jet on the Syrian border and the January 12th ISIS terrorist attack that killed 10 German tourists, the country experienced mass reservation cancellations from Germany and other European countries. Antalya, classed as Turkey's Òtourisim capitalÓ  regularly hosted some 4million Russian tourists per year, with the Russian sanctions banning all package tours to Turkey, the Antalya Chamber of Commerce and Industry calculated that the Russian crisis could cost Antalya and the Turkish economy 10-11billion dollars in 2016.  (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)