Tourist organization of space in the Eastern Carpathians - the northern group

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The Northern Group of the Eastern Carpathians distinguishes itself through an attractive tourist potential, both anthropic and natural. To the anthropic heritage belong the wooden churches and monasteries of Bucovina, and to the natural one, the varied relief, developed on a diversified lithological basis (eruptive rocks in the West, crystalline in the median area and sedimentary in the East). To all these adds up the unaltered human potential and the remarkable hospitality of the inhabitants. Three types of areas regarding the tourist organization of space have been highlighted based on the variety and level of the tourist potential, of the role in its development and its exploitation forms: areas with a complex organization, areas with a deficient organization, areas in the process of organizing themselves. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.




Surd, V., Iuga, I., & Constantin, V. (2011). Tourist organization of space in the Eastern Carpathians - the northern group. In Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 19, pp. 280–288). Elsevier Ltd.

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