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National Programme on Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 1990-1994



National Programme on Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 1990-1994



Recreatie 27(8): 20-22



In spite of the increase in recreational facilities achieved within the framework of the Dutch National Programme on Outdoor Recreation and Tourism for the years 1990-94, there has been some lost ground in relation to the objectives as they were formulated in the Structural Plan on Outdoor Recreation. It remains necessary, for example, to provide new land for recreation areas and to improve the access, quality and attractiveness of these areas.

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