The 12 references with contexts in paper Ž. Bjeljac, A. Terzić, M. Petrović D. (2017) “CULTURAL ROUTES - THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TOURIST DESTINATIONS IN SERBIA” / spz:neicon:stavapk:340

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Apostolakis A. The convergence process in heritage tourism // Annals of Tourism Research. 2003. No 30 (4). P. 795–812.
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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Бьеляц Ж., Радованович М., Йовичич А. Экотропы как часть рекреационного туризма в Юго-восточнои части Европы и модели трансграничной кооперации // Рекреационная география и инновации в туризме : матер. II Всероссийской науч.-практ. конференции с международным участием, 2225 сентября 2014 г.). 2014. Иркутск: Института географии им. В. Б. Сочавы СО РАН. С. 137-139.
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    In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011; Timothy, 2007;
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    Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a;
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    2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products. Their popularity is constantly growing.

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Bjeljac Ž., Terzić A., Jovanović R., Ćurčić N. Tourist regions in borderline area of Serbia as a model of cross border cooperation // Serbia in modern European and regional environment : international scientifi c meeting Institute of international politics and economic Belgrade. Book of abstracts. Munich, Germany : Hans seidel stifung, 2014. P. 27.
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    Most local and regional cultural routes in Serbia were developed in the cross-border areas and are the result of the tourism initiative developed under the CBC IPA programme on national level and are fi nanced from European funds
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    (Bjeljac et al., 2014).
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    In recent years the focus of numerous development projects funded by the European Union are relating to the Danube. These are specially defi ned by the recently created EU Strategy for Danube region.

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Chhabra, D., Healy R., Sills, E. Staged authenticity and heritage tourism // Annals of Tourism Research. 2003. No 30 (3). P. 702– 719.
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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Graf M. Industrial Cultural Routes // Energy, Economy, Ecology, Energy Association. 2013. P. 328–335.
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    These are The Nikola Tesla and Stanojević Ways (which includes places where the great inventors stayed and worked in Serbia) and The Mining Route – The Balkans as a Cradle of Metallurgy
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    Conclusions The concept of the cultural route is based on the representation of the hierarchical system of goals. On the top there is the goal of conservation and protection, which is a key objective: it is consistent with modern economic and environmental goals of sustainable development.

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Meyer D. Tourism routes and gateways: Examples and a selection of key isues for development of tourism routes and gateways and their potential for pro-poor tourism. 2004. London: ODI. 31 p. (www. pppilot.org.za).
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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    Cultural routes had proven to be an extraordinary opportunity for the tourism development in underdeveloped regions that have valuable cultural or natural resources
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    Tourism based on cultural routes is the form of heritage promotion. It is a tourism method often used with the goal of exploitation of heritage along with its conservation, protection, tourist use, as well as initiation of local socialeconomic development.

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Moscardo G., Pearce P. L. Understanding ethnic tourists // Annals of Tourism Research. 1999. No 26(2). P. 416–434.
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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Richards G. World culture and heritage and tourism // Tourism Recreation Research. 2000. No 25 (1). P. 9–18.
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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Richards G. Cultural Tourism: Global and local perspectives. 2007. New York: Haworth Press. 236 p.
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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Stanojlović A., Lukić T., Ćurčić N. The initiative for cultural tourism development in Serbia – Cultural route «Fortresses along the Danube» // 2H2S Consortium European de Recherché en sciences humaines et sociales «L’invention de nouveaux territoires en Val de Loire, Comparaisons Europeennes» (Angers, Francе, July 2011). 2011. PP. 18–23.
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    The concept of cultural routes2 that is already widely applied in Europe and the world is still in the initial phase in Serbia. In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions
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    (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011;
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    Timothy, 2007; Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a; 2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products.

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Terzić A., Bjeljac Z., Jovičić A., Penjišević I. Cultural Route and Ecomuseum Concepts as a Synergy of Nature, Heritage and Community Oriented Sustainable Quarterly Research and Practice Journal Development Ecomuseum «Ibar Valley» in Serbia // European Journal of Sustainable Development. 2014. No 3 (2). PP. 1–16.
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    In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011; Timothy, 2007;
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    Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a;
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    2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products. Their popularity is constantly growing.

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    In scientifi c literature there is a considerable number of tourist studies that have been carried out in diverse cultural and natural geographic attractions (Apostolakis, 2003; Meyer, 2004; Moscardo, Pearce, 1999; Richards, 2000, 2007; Chhabra et al., 2003; Stanojlović et al., 2011; Timothy, 2007;
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    Terzić et al., 2014, 2014a, Бьеляц и др., 2014a;
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    2014b). Since cultural routes appeared, in 1980s, as an example of wellconnected, specially designed and thematically envisioned tour-ist products. Their popularity is constantly growing.

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    Some statistical data show that these specialized tourist products are attracting more and more tourists every year (www.coe.int/routes). Quarterly Research and Practice Journal "cultural tourists"
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    (Terzić et al., 2014a).
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    The Cultural Routes Programme was launched by the Council of Europe in 1987 (www.coe.int/routes). Routes requesting the certifi cation should meet some basic conditions: – focus on a theme representative of European values and common to several European countries; – follow a historical route or a newly created thematic route; – give rise to long-term mu

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    This route presents ancient roman towns, roads and archaeological remains, such as: Sirmium (Sremskа Mitrovicа); Singidunum (Belgrade); Viminacium; Trajan’s road (Iron Gate, Danube); Felix Romuliana; Naissus (Niš); Mediana; Via Militaris (Niš-Sofi a); Justiniana Prima
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    The Danube is one of the most important waterways of Europe. Because of the geographic location of the Danube valley, the Roman, Bizantium, Hungarian and Ottoman empires built great fortifi cations along the banks of the river.

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Terzić A. Perspektive razvoja kulturne rute Tvrđave na Dunavu u funkciji obogaćivanja turističke ponude Srbije. Belgrage : Geografski institut «Jovan Cvijić» SANU. 2014. PP. 88.
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    The basic concept of cultural route is the linking of a series of tourist attractions. It has a goal to promote tourism in the region and encourage tourists to trav-el from one location to another
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    However, there is a need in establishing the sustainability and fi nding the proper ways in the creation of such cultural products. They should enable the cultural heritage to be revived and experienced by both, residents and tourists.

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    These must be supported by the government, with an aim of putting the heritage into public use and profi t making. It must be done in terms of sustainable development, followed by ensuring the proper management and protection of cultural assets
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    Cultural routes in Europe Based on global trend the number of cultural routes, cultural districts (Di Pietro et al., 2013) in the world is growing. These concepts were developed in Western Europe (Italy, France), considering that Europe has the richest cultural heritage and is the most visited destination of so called cades become a very impo

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    Strategies for valuation of cultural heritage in line with the cultural route development and revitalization of cultural in the Republic of Serbia, demand the acknowledgment of their specifi c importance
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    The cultural routes within the Republic of Serbia begin to form in the last few years. They are usually promoted by the Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Services and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Serbia, as well as by the National Tourist Organization.