Abstracts of the 2nd Slovenia–Turkey Bilateral Colloquium

Cultural and natural heritage have acquired international significance with the emergence of  exploration trips, mass tourism, and the admiration of travellers over time. There are many reasons why cultural and natural heritage change places, from  archaeological excavations and the exploration of natural heritage to the dangers that have threatened cultural heritage, including art, due to wars and conflicts. The volume has three parts: the first covers the intersection between the humanities and tourism; the second deals with the natural and legal aspects of restitution; and the third overlaps law and tourism.

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