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Delineation of the boundary of an urban agglomeration: evidence from Riga, Latvia

-0467.2007.00245.x 10.1111/j.1468-0467.2007.00245.x Novak J. Sykora L. 2007 A city in motion: time‐space activity and mobility patterns of suburban inhabitants and the structuration of the spatial organization of the Prague metropolitan area Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 89 2 147 168 Novotny, L. (2016) Urban development and migration processes in the urban region of Bratislava from the post-socialist transformation until the global economic crisis Urban Geography, 37(7), 1009–1029. https

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“East meets West” – on studying “Eastern” housing estates through “Western” concepts and approaches

, and socio-technical configuration “If we said that we can build a house from this clay bullet, few would believe it – yet it is true… the burned matter is disproportionately lighter, and more importantly, it does not absorb water – the researchers used this: the burnt bullets were agglutinated with cement to form a new building material – ceramsite. In Bratislava, in Priemstav, they produce panels out of it… in the course of 7 weeks, they will construct this building with 36 apartments” ( Archiv ČT24 2017 ). The extract I started this part of the paper with

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One more inventory or spatial planning – which better serves the goals of the Carpathian Convention in historic towns?

.10.2016]. Conference of Plenipotentiaries for Adoption and Signature of The Framework Convention On The Protection And Sustainable Development Of The Carpathians [CPA] 2003 Framework Convention on the Protection and Sustainable Development of the Carpathians Kyiv. Available from [accessed: 25.10.2016] Conference of the Parties to the Framework Convention on the Protection and Sustainable Development of the Carpathians [COP] (2011) Strategic Action Plan for the Carpathian Area , Bratislava. Available from http

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Bitola – from Eyalet capital to regional centre in the Republic of Macedonia

larger than a number of cities such as Kiev, Kharkiv, Minsk, Bern, Bratislava, Krakow, Belgrade, Sofia and many others. Bitola in the 20 th century (a short overview) The first and second decade of the 20th century featured some events in the Balkans and in Macedonia that impeded Bitola’s rise. These include the following historical events: the Ilinden uprising in 1903; the Balkan wars in 1912 and 1913; the partition of Macedonia in 1913 and WW1 from 1914 to 1918, which together caused a drastic geopolitical, economic and population decline of Bitola. These

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