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Holiday villages. Planning problems from a landscape conservation point of view. Pilot study



Holiday villages. Planning problems from a landscape conservation point of view. Pilot study



Feriendorfer Planungsproblematik aus landespflegerischer Sicht Pilotstudie: 110



This GFR pilot desk study of the holiday village analyzes current knowledge on the basis of publications up to 1980. It shows up the gaps which should be the subject of future research. It simplifies such research by definitions, classification of types and by laying down objectives for future research. Results of past studies are broken down by economic, social and ecological aspects. Past information is mainly on case studies and not of general application.

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