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REFERENCES 1. Biliński T.: Heuristic approach to the revitalization of urban areas. Innovation in building engineering: proceedings of the INTERREGS IIIC 3-CIP conference. Zielona Góra, 2005, Oficyna Wydawnicza Uniwersytetu Zielonogórskiego 2005, s. 25-38. 2. Biliński T.: Problemy rewitalizacji miejskiej infrastruktury drogowej. Przegląd Budowlany, nr 3, 2013. 3. Biliński T.: Renowacja i modernizacja społecznie ważnych fragmentów terenów miejskich. Przegląd Budowlany, nr 3, 2011. 4. Biliński T.: Rewitalizacja przestrzeni miast - wymóg współczesności

specific. Such is the case of the notion of ‘revitalization’, which has become a crucial keyword of Polish urban policy practice over the last 15 years. Supposedly equivalent to the English term ‘revitalization’, the Polish term rewitalizacja is an umbrella notion which encompasses meanings conveyed in English with a range of expressions, including but not limited to ‘urban regeneration’ and ‘urban renewal’. Such fuzzy boundaries of meaning are, paradoxically, an asset of the keyword rather than a problem. For keywords are not scientific abstractions, but rather

for the identification and analysis’, Journal of Place Management and Development , 1 (2), pp. 166–176. DEPARTMENT FOR COMMUNITIES AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (2012), ‘ Re-imagining Urban Spaces to Help Revitalise Our High Streets ’, London. DIE WELT (2015, 30. December), ‘Innenstädten droht Verödung durch Onlineboom’, Die Welt. DOBSON, J. (2015), How to Save Our Town Centres: A Radical Agenda for the Future of High Streets , Bristol: Policy Press. FARAGÓ, L. (2012), ‘Urban regeneration in a ‘City of Culture’: the case of Pécs, Hungary’, European Spatial Research and

., Kunc J., Nováková E., Klusáček P., Martinát S., Osman R., 2013. Location matters! Exploring brownfields regeneration in a spatial context (case study of the South Moravian Region, Czech Republic). Moravian Geographical Reports 21(2): 5-19. Geoportal ČÚZK, 2012. Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre - Web Map Service of orthophoto. Hercik J., Šerý O., Toušek V., 2011. Post-military areas in the Czech Republic and their revitalization - examples of the towns of Hodonín and Uherské Hradiště. Geographica 42(2): 107-119. Palacký University Olomouc, Olomouc

Introduction Linear spatial structures and systems, linear urban layouts, natural linear systems, linear towns and settlements, linear structures, regions, rows, models, linear transportation / road / rail tracks, linear corridors, waterfronts, systems of continuous public spaces, linear tourism facilities, and linear compositions have been already described and analyzed in many scientific publications. However, to the author’s knowledge the term „linear revitalization” has not yet been used, either in the Polish, or in the English literature, to define a set of

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References Bryx, M. and Jadach-Sepiołło, A. 2009: Rewitalizacja miast w Niemczech (Revitalisation of cities in Germany – in Polish). In: Seria Rewitalizacja Miast Polskich , Vol. 3, Instytut Rozwoju Miast, Kraków, pp. 43-46. Bryx, M. and Jadach-Sepiołło, A. 2009: Rewitalizacja miast w Niemczech (Revitalisation of cities in Germany – in Polish). In: Seria Rewitalizacja Miast Polskich , Vol. 3, Instytut Rozwoju Miast, Kraków, pp. 243. Hafencity Hamburg - the Masterplan, 2006: Hafencity Hamburg GmbH, Hamburg. http

). Management of the industrial area of Nowa Huta (Kraków, Poland), focus on water bodies. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 21(5A), pp. 435–439. Wagner, A. (2017). Charakterystyka awifauny wybranych zbiorników wodnych na terenie Krakowa. In: M. Kosmala, ed., Dzika przyroda w mieście, Toruń, Polskie Zrzeszenie Inżynierów i Techników Sanitarnych. Oddział Oddział Toruń, pp. 93-107. Wagner, A., Hasanagić, D. (2014). Comparative analysis of selected water bodies in Cracow and vicinity in terms of their revitalisation. In: J. Skowronek, ed., Innowacyjne rozwiązania

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The territory of the Posavje Folds offers many geotourism potentials reflecting in particular in rich mining heritage. For a long time, local communities have considered them mainly in the context of local problems, but nowadays we may see individual examples of successful revitalization of cave chambers and mining structures. All that has given rise to fantastic stories about the mining wealth of the underground world and the mining heritage interpreted with modern approaches and new findings. In addition to managers and heritage owners, the revitalization process also includes scientists, artists, architects and educators who, each in their own way, contribute to a holistic perspective of the values of the past in light of contemporary understanding of this type of heritage. As a result, the territory has witnessed the revitalization of the medieval lead and silver mine Padež pri Laškem, the former Laško coal mine machine room, which was transformed into the Strojnica Gallery, and the polymineral mine Sitarjevec within the last five years. All mentioned examples are cases of abandoned mining activities with long-lasting mining tradition, which left an imprint in the area in terms of the diverse social structure of the population and in terms of town development, which also allows us to evaluate from a distance the contribution to the construction of the railway between Vienna and Trieste, which put these towns on the European map of centres of industrial significance in the mid-19th century. Trains that still connect the Austrian capital with the Adriatic coast may in future, in light of sustainable green tourism, attract curious guests to stop and linger a while, which is the ultimate goal of the attempts of local communities to revitalise mining heritage. Meanwhile, the goals set can only be realised with the help of new and attractive tourist products that reflect own creativity related with tradition ranging from design ideas, music events, art installations, popular science evenings; in short, with contents that are suited to visitors of all ages.