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Title: Geo-Mining Routes ate Estremoz Anticline, Portugal
Authors: Martins, Ruben
Falé, Patrícia
Lopes, Luís
Keywords: Geo-Mining Routes
Sustainable Development
Issue Date: Nov-2011
Publisher: AGA - Arouca Geopark Association / Arouca Municipality
Citation: Proceedings of the International Congress of Geotourism
Abstract: The Estremoz anticline may probably be one of the geological structures in Portugal that has always captured human attention as a wealth and regional development source. Local marbles are famous all over the world for its quality, singularity and colour variety. The Geo-Mining Routes intend to enhance the territory, with marble as the starting point, the base that supplied it’s identity, by means of promoting industrial tourism, in association with the territory monumentality, sports, culture and gastronomy present in Sousel, Estremoz, Borba, Vila Viçosa and Alandroal municipalities.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:GEO - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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