Russia’s North-West Borders: Tourism Resource Potential
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Transnational tourist destination management: a case study of the Baltic sea region
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Prospects of the resort tax in Russia
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Tourism in Border Regions: Theoretical Aspects of a Geographical Study
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The Role of Tourism in the Development of Russia’s Northwestern Border Regions
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Developing geotourism with a focus on geoheritage in a transboundary region: the case of the Curonian Spit, a UNESCO site
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The Development of New Trans-border Water Routes in the South-East Baltic: Methodology and Practice
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The competitiveness of the Irkutsk region in the world tourism market
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Identifying Key Stakeholder Groups for Implementing a Place Branding Policy in Saint Petersburg
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Depopulation of coastal rural Lithuania: do regional parks stabilise the situation?
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