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This article discusses the balance between creativity and authentic simplicity in designing visitors’ on-site experience in dark tourism objects
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The history of Scotland as a prime tourist location. Its landscapes, cityscapes, and habitations interpretatively haunted over the last two centuries.
As mortal finite beings, as we shall live so we shall die. It is this very premise of the human condition that lies at the crux of the dark tourism concept.
Saxon Churches have recently attracted a growing number of tourists. Perhaps this is due to the city of Sibiu, in which many of them are located.
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