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Between Planning and Heritage: Cultural Parks and National Heritage Areas

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Mining Heritage and Mining Tourism

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Heritage proximity, attitudes to tourism impacts and residents’ support for heritage tourism in Kaole Site, Tanzania

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Revitalised geotourism mining heritage potentials in the Posavje Folds

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Urban Geomorphological Heritage. An Overview

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From ‘Heritage Adepts’ to Historical Reconstructionists: Observations on Contemporary Estonian Male Heritage-Based Artisanry

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Palanga’s Modern Architecture on the Way to Heritage

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Tourist motivations in a heritage destination in Spain

References [1] Abuamoud, I. N.; Libbin, J.; Green, J. & Alrousan, R. (2014). Factors affecting the willingness of tourists to visit cultural heritage sites in Jordan. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 9 (2), 148-165 [2] Alonso, A. D., Sakellarios, N., & Pritchard, M. (2015). The theory of planned behaviour in the context of cultural heritage tourism. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 10(4), 399-416 [3] Antón, C.; Camarero, C. & Laguna-García, M. (2017). Towards a new approach of destination royalty drivers: satisfaction, visit intensity and tourist

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Industrial Heritage Tourism: a Regional Perspective (Warsaw)

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Cultural heritage markets: are traders traitors? Winners and losers from cross-border shifts of historical artefacts

References Cantor. P.A. (2012), The Invisible Hand in Popular Culture: Liberty vs. Authority in American Film and TV, Lexington, KY: The University of Kentucky. Cowen, T. (2000), In Praise of Commercial Culture, Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA. Da Milano, C. (2008), “Volunteering for cultural heritage in Europe”, in Da Milano, C., Gibbs K. and Sani, M. (eds.), Volunteers for Cultural Heritage: A European Handbook, pp. 9-22, Slovene Museum Association: Ljubljana. Gibson, K. (2009), “Profit from the priceless: heritage sites

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