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    STUDIA GEOGRAPHIA - Ediţia nr.1 din 2021  
         
  Articol:   THE ANTHROPOGENIC HERITAGE AS A PREMISE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM IN SĂLAJ COUNTY.

Autori:  RAULARIAN RUSU, ȘTEFAN DEZSI, BOGDAN EUGEN DOLEAN, TITUS MAN, CIPRIAN MOLDOVAN.
 
       
         
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DOI: subbgeogr.2021.1.07

Published Online: 2021-06-30
Published Print: 2021-06-30
pp. 95-112

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The Anthropogenic Heritage as a Premise for the Development of Tourism in Sălaj County. The anthropogenic heritage represents an integral part of the primary tourism supply. Together with the natural attractions, man-made attractions represent the essential reason for the emergence and development of tourism in Sălaj County or anywhere else. The identification and structuring of the anthropogenic attractive resources in Sălaj County was adapted to the configuration and specificity of the existing heritage in the analysed space, including the following types: archaeological sites and historical monuments, museums and memorial houses, monuments, statues, cultural and artistic events, as well as the intangible heritage (traditions, customs, music, dances, crafts). The data were collected from various bibliographical and online sources, as well as directly in the field. However, except for Porolissum archaeological site and Jibou Botanical Garden, many of these attractions are virtually unknown even in Romania, and they are mostly visited by locals, and by pilgrims in the case of churches and monasteries. Therefore, there is need for the setting up of a better overall image of Sălaj County as a tourist destination.

Keywords: Sălaj County, anthropogenic heritage, man-made attractions, tourism development, Romania.
 
         
     
         
         
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