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The historical development of tourism

Idegenforgalmi Kozlemenyek (3): 19-23

The historical development of tourism

In tracing the historical development of tourism in different countries, and specifically in Hungary, the article considers the development objectives and tasks yet to be fulfilled as part of the Seventh Five-Year Plan.

Accession: 001709642

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