Furthering Tourism in the Republic of Serbia Essay example

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This book presents results that were implemented during 2011 in the execution of a bilateral protocol of cooperation signed between the Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade and the National Tourism Development Corporation at the beginning of year, under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development of the Republic of Serbia. The cooperation was initiated with the idea of achieving a qualitative contribution to the further development and promotion of investment projects in tourism in the Republic of Serbia, and has yielded very fruitful results that are partially presented by this monograph.

The results of cooperation in accordance with the expressed interests of both institutions are aimed at promoting and
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It has been insisted on a collaborative approach to solving problems in order to achieve a qualitatively valuable solutions, leading to the early involvement in the research process of all relevant representatives of local communities and municipalities from Majdanpek and Kladovo, such as urban managers and communal services, local tourist organizations, representatives of local community and citizens. Wide range of possible conceptual urban and architectural design in line with the national strategic goals and the needs of local development harmonized with local values, resources and identity, were generated through this kind of cooperation.

Design research problem has been thoroughly developed and defined through a collaborative process of identifying needs and key development aspects of the subject sites. Research guidelines and thematic frameworks important for the local spatial articulation were established in that way, thus creating the basis for deeper consideration by individual research teams trough three main methodological steps: 1) formulation of the program-spatial concept of the development sites, 2) framework of urban and architectural setting of the site, 3) the elaboration of the new planned architectural components, tested through collaborative workshops with the participation of all
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