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Heritage Sites Vs. Construction Sites – Belgrade’s Ušće

Iguman, Sanja

(Zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2255
AB  - The paper explores sensitive relation between built heritage and modernisation in the urban context. Heritage reflects the past, but it is now widely accepted to be inherently present-orientated and political, because decisions concerning which parts of the past should be protected and in what way, play a key role in how groups portray their peoples’ history, shared identity and collective memory to the outside world. 
The focus of the analysis is on the area around the confluence of two international rivers – the Sava and the Danube – in Belgrade, locally called Ušće, which was a strategic point for the city’s birth and development on the account of its topographical and natural features.  Once again in Belgrade’s history, this area is in the centre of attention, this time as the main location of the ongoing process of Belgrade`s radical urban change/development.
Impossible to separate from heritage, the term landscape will be explored in the context of Ušće, as it refers to a complex and fluid concept, which perfectly depicts the relation between physical environment and cultural and social meanings of a certain place.  Hence, the tools and processes of identification, conservation and management of both extraordinary heritage and ordinary landscape are growing ever closer (Council of Europe, 2000).
PB  - Zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda
C3  - Zbornik radova: XI naučnostručna konferencija
T1  - Heritage Sites Vs. Construction Sites – Belgrade’s Ušće
SP  - 465
EP  - 474
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Iguman, Sanja",
year = "2021",
abstract = "The paper explores sensitive relation between built heritage and modernisation in the urban context. Heritage reflects the past, but it is now widely accepted to be inherently present-orientated and political, because decisions concerning which parts of the past should be protected and in what way, play a key role in how groups portray their peoples’ history, shared identity and collective memory to the outside world. 
The focus of the analysis is on the area around the confluence of two international rivers – the Sava and the Danube – in Belgrade, locally called Ušće, which was a strategic point for the city’s birth and development on the account of its topographical and natural features.  Once again in Belgrade’s history, this area is in the centre of attention, this time as the main location of the ongoing process of Belgrade`s radical urban change/development.
Impossible to separate from heritage, the term landscape will be explored in the context of Ušće, as it refers to a complex and fluid concept, which perfectly depicts the relation between physical environment and cultural and social meanings of a certain place.  Hence, the tools and processes of identification, conservation and management of both extraordinary heritage and ordinary landscape are growing ever closer (Council of Europe, 2000).",
publisher = "Zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda",
journal = "Zbornik radova: XI naučnostručna konferencija",
title = "Heritage Sites Vs. Construction Sites – Belgrade’s Ušće",
pages = "465-474"
}
Iguman, S.. (2021). Heritage Sites Vs. Construction Sites – Belgrade’s Ušće. in Zbornik radova: XI naučnostručna konferencija
Zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture grada Beograda., 465-474.
Iguman S. Heritage Sites Vs. Construction Sites – Belgrade’s Ušće. in Zbornik radova: XI naučnostručna konferencija. 2021;:465-474..
Iguman, Sanja, "Heritage Sites Vs. Construction Sites – Belgrade’s Ušće" in Zbornik radova: XI naučnostručna konferencija (2021):465-474.

If visitors won’t go to Heritage, Heritage must go to visitors. Digitisation of Heritage in time of Corona

Iguman, Sanja

(Servizi Editoriali – Università degli Studi di Bergamo, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2192
AB  - The purpose of this paper is to examine some of the numerous circumstances that the whole world faced in 2020 due to the unprecedented Covid-19 outbreak. By sourcing the inspiration in Heritage Studies, the focus is on the impacts that Coronavirus has had on travel, cultural tourism and that way on art, culture and heritage itself. In addition, the paper introspects how did the globalization and rapid technological development bring to the immediate transition from material/traditional ways of preserving and interpreting heritage to the digital/virtual ones. Through some examples, we will see the challenges that heritage managers and stakeholders have faced in this state of emergency, but also some of the best practices that allowed people to consume heritage from their homes. Due to the fact that the Coronavirus pandemic is still active at the moment of writing these lines, precise and thorough analysis of the matter are still impossible. However, some initial reflections are more than welcome, since this situation will definitely have long-term impacts on our society and needs to be addressed immediately and seriously.
PB  - Servizi Editoriali – Università degli Studi di Bergamo
T2  - Tourism facing a pandemic: from crisis to recovery
T1  - If visitors won’t go to Heritage, Heritage must go to visitors. Digitisation of Heritage in time of Corona
EP  - 172
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Iguman, Sanja",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The purpose of this paper is to examine some of the numerous circumstances that the whole world faced in 2020 due to the unprecedented Covid-19 outbreak. By sourcing the inspiration in Heritage Studies, the focus is on the impacts that Coronavirus has had on travel, cultural tourism and that way on art, culture and heritage itself. In addition, the paper introspects how did the globalization and rapid technological development bring to the immediate transition from material/traditional ways of preserving and interpreting heritage to the digital/virtual ones. Through some examples, we will see the challenges that heritage managers and stakeholders have faced in this state of emergency, but also some of the best practices that allowed people to consume heritage from their homes. Due to the fact that the Coronavirus pandemic is still active at the moment of writing these lines, precise and thorough analysis of the matter are still impossible. However, some initial reflections are more than welcome, since this situation will definitely have long-term impacts on our society and needs to be addressed immediately and seriously.",
publisher = "Servizi Editoriali – Università degli Studi di Bergamo",
journal = "Tourism facing a pandemic: from crisis to recovery",
booktitle = "If visitors won’t go to Heritage, Heritage must go to visitors. Digitisation of Heritage in time of Corona",
pages = "172"
}
Iguman, S.. (2020). If visitors won’t go to Heritage, Heritage must go to visitors. Digitisation of Heritage in time of Corona. in Tourism facing a pandemic: from crisis to recovery
Servizi Editoriali – Università degli Studi di Bergamo..
Iguman S. If visitors won’t go to Heritage, Heritage must go to visitors. Digitisation of Heritage in time of Corona. in Tourism facing a pandemic: from crisis to recovery. 2020;:null-172..
Iguman, Sanja, "If visitors won’t go to Heritage, Heritage must go to visitors. Digitisation of Heritage in time of Corona" in Tourism facing a pandemic: from crisis to recovery (2020).

Postsocialism and „ordinary“ tourism: New Belgrade

Iguman, Sanja; Ničić, Miloš

(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
AU  - Ničić, Miloš
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://www.emerald.com/insight/search?q=Iguman&showAll=true
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2191
AB  - Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the emerging practices of the “tourism of the ordinary” in the wider frame of post-socialist transformation of Serbia’s capital city – Belgrade. By sourcing the inspiration in cultural studies and classics of the studies of the ordinary, focus is directed to the patterns of tourism consumption of practices, places and people that do not fall in the category of tourism attraction. The attention is drawn to New Belgrade (Novi Beograd in Serbian), residential part of Belgrade built predominantly after the Second World War. New Belgrade lacks proper tourism infrastructure, commoditized attractions and consumerable tourism experiences on a large scale. Nevertheless, this part of the city is slowly becoming explored by tourists individually or in organized walking or cycling tours. Visits to New Belgrade are most often connected to alternative or hip visitors and have the allure of both urban exploration and cultural practice, as the tours are offered by specialist architectural organizations or individual guides. By introspecting the case of New Belgrade, this paper attempts to address the prospect that ordinary exist only in relation to the attraction and that its appeal comes from the fact that what is ordinary to someone is attraction to another. Design/methodology/approach: As far as specific approach is concerned, some archival and librarian materials have been analyzed in order to map the territory that is being researched (New Belgrade) and to frame the significance of potential heritagisation (Harrison, 2013) on the built environment and its territory. Further, relevant websites and both primary and secondary resources have been consulted. This mostly refers to the websites of Tourist Organization of Belgrade (TOB) and the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Belgrade as two most relevant bodies connecting the urban fabric of the city and its tourism valorization. Findings: In this paper, the authors have tried to demonstrate how tourism of the ordinary might be conducted in urban environment that lacks no tangible resources, whose physical physiognomies are not insignificant and which, in another, alternative tourism regime might be considered attractions. However, in the specific set of characteristics spanning from contested past to ambiguous contemporary valorization, New Belgrade remains an uncharted part of the city for much of the mainstream tourism, leaving its charms for very few visitors, most often engaged in interest of the “ordinary.” Originality/value: Although Belgrade is experiencing steady rise in numbers regarding tourist arrivals, length of stay and on-site expenditure, New Belgrade is nowhere to be seen on the map of tourism offer, as per Belgrade’s Tourism Organization. TOB’s official web page, at the time this piece is written, in the section Attractions, mentions nothing regarding New Belgrade. Among 13 entries – 12 are historic sites of more than a century behind them and one is a lake and outdoor destination.
PB  - Emerald Publishing Limited
T2  - International Journal of Tourism Cities
T1  - Postsocialism and „ordinary“ tourism: New Belgrade
IS  - 3
VL  - 5
SP  - 307
EP  - 325
DO  - 10.1108/IJTC-01-2018-0002
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Iguman, Sanja and Ničić, Miloš",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the emerging practices of the “tourism of the ordinary” in the wider frame of post-socialist transformation of Serbia’s capital city – Belgrade. By sourcing the inspiration in cultural studies and classics of the studies of the ordinary, focus is directed to the patterns of tourism consumption of practices, places and people that do not fall in the category of tourism attraction. The attention is drawn to New Belgrade (Novi Beograd in Serbian), residential part of Belgrade built predominantly after the Second World War. New Belgrade lacks proper tourism infrastructure, commoditized attractions and consumerable tourism experiences on a large scale. Nevertheless, this part of the city is slowly becoming explored by tourists individually or in organized walking or cycling tours. Visits to New Belgrade are most often connected to alternative or hip visitors and have the allure of both urban exploration and cultural practice, as the tours are offered by specialist architectural organizations or individual guides. By introspecting the case of New Belgrade, this paper attempts to address the prospect that ordinary exist only in relation to the attraction and that its appeal comes from the fact that what is ordinary to someone is attraction to another. Design/methodology/approach: As far as specific approach is concerned, some archival and librarian materials have been analyzed in order to map the territory that is being researched (New Belgrade) and to frame the significance of potential heritagisation (Harrison, 2013) on the built environment and its territory. Further, relevant websites and both primary and secondary resources have been consulted. This mostly refers to the websites of Tourist Organization of Belgrade (TOB) and the Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments in Belgrade as two most relevant bodies connecting the urban fabric of the city and its tourism valorization. Findings: In this paper, the authors have tried to demonstrate how tourism of the ordinary might be conducted in urban environment that lacks no tangible resources, whose physical physiognomies are not insignificant and which, in another, alternative tourism regime might be considered attractions. However, in the specific set of characteristics spanning from contested past to ambiguous contemporary valorization, New Belgrade remains an uncharted part of the city for much of the mainstream tourism, leaving its charms for very few visitors, most often engaged in interest of the “ordinary.” Originality/value: Although Belgrade is experiencing steady rise in numbers regarding tourist arrivals, length of stay and on-site expenditure, New Belgrade is nowhere to be seen on the map of tourism offer, as per Belgrade’s Tourism Organization. TOB’s official web page, at the time this piece is written, in the section Attractions, mentions nothing regarding New Belgrade. Among 13 entries – 12 are historic sites of more than a century behind them and one is a lake and outdoor destination.",
publisher = "Emerald Publishing Limited",
journal = "International Journal of Tourism Cities",
title = "Postsocialism and „ordinary“ tourism: New Belgrade",
number = "3",
volume = "5",
pages = "307-325",
doi = "10.1108/IJTC-01-2018-0002"
}
Iguman, S.,& Ničić, M.. (2019). Postsocialism and „ordinary“ tourism: New Belgrade. in International Journal of Tourism Cities
Emerald Publishing Limited., 5(3), 307-325.
https://doi.org/10.1108/IJTC-01-2018-0002
Iguman S, Ničić M. Postsocialism and „ordinary“ tourism: New Belgrade. in International Journal of Tourism Cities. 2019;5(3):307-325.
doi:10.1108/IJTC-01-2018-0002 .
Iguman, Sanja, Ničić, Miloš, "Postsocialism and „ordinary“ tourism: New Belgrade" in International Journal of Tourism Cities, 5, no. 3 (2019):307-325,
https://doi.org/10.1108/IJTC-01-2018-0002 . .
2

Strati mancanti e contesti confusi nella struttura della metropoli post-socialista. Il caso di Belgrado, Serbia

Iguman, Sanja

(Torino: L’Harmattan Italia, 2018)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2199
AB  - Belgrade (Serbia) has been passing through the post-socialism
transformation for decades. The last several years have been marked
by drastic urban changes on the one hand and non-governmental
organizations` fights against that on the other. The present Serbian
government has been planning and implementing projects mostly
describable as attractive and grandiose, while on the opposite side,
anti-regime organizations propose the alternatives. It seems that the
layers between the alternative and the attractive are skipped, which
demands an explanation and possible solution. Another burning
issue is “the decontextualization” of the city – misused and perplexed
layers in Belgrade`s structure, referring especially to the organization
and implementation of culture and heritage in the public space.
PB  - Torino: L’Harmattan Italia
T2  - Città come frontiere creative, visioni, pratiche, progetti
T1  - Strati mancanti e contesti confusi nella struttura della metropoli post-socialista. Il caso di Belgrado, Serbia
EP  - 168
ER  - 
@inbook{
author = "Iguman, Sanja",
year = "2018",
abstract = "Belgrade (Serbia) has been passing through the post-socialism
transformation for decades. The last several years have been marked
by drastic urban changes on the one hand and non-governmental
organizations` fights against that on the other. The present Serbian
government has been planning and implementing projects mostly
describable as attractive and grandiose, while on the opposite side,
anti-regime organizations propose the alternatives. It seems that the
layers between the alternative and the attractive are skipped, which
demands an explanation and possible solution. Another burning
issue is “the decontextualization” of the city – misused and perplexed
layers in Belgrade`s structure, referring especially to the organization
and implementation of culture and heritage in the public space.",
publisher = "Torino: L’Harmattan Italia",
journal = "Città come frontiere creative, visioni, pratiche, progetti",
booktitle = "Strati mancanti e contesti confusi nella struttura della metropoli post-socialista. Il caso di Belgrado, Serbia",
pages = "168"
}
Iguman, S.. (2018). Strati mancanti e contesti confusi nella struttura della metropoli post-socialista. Il caso di Belgrado, Serbia. in Città come frontiere creative, visioni, pratiche, progetti
Torino: L’Harmattan Italia..
Iguman S. Strati mancanti e contesti confusi nella struttura della metropoli post-socialista. Il caso di Belgrado, Serbia. in Città come frontiere creative, visioni, pratiche, progetti. 2018;:null-168..
Iguman, Sanja, "Strati mancanti e contesti confusi nella struttura della metropoli post-socialista. Il caso di Belgrado, Serbia" in Città come frontiere creative, visioni, pratiche, progetti (2018).

A Reversed Historic House Museum: the Yugodom Rental Apartment in Belgrade

Iguman, Sanja; Ničić, Miloš

(Perugia: Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello, 2018)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
AU  - Ničić, Miloš
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2194
AB  - Following social, cultural and economic developments in the world of contemporary tourism, “Airbnb” service for peer-to-peer short term lodging rental emerged as a major player in tourism accommodation business. Many available units are in fact historic house museums, sourcing their hospitality attractiveness in the same qualities outlined by the “classic” historic house museums – authenticity and interconnections between space, landscape, inhabitants and collections with the broader cultural context. This paper seeks to examine the impact of the “Airbnb” system on the development of reversed historic house museums by bringing up the case of Yugodom – short term stay accommodation in downtown Belgrade. Term reversed historic house museums describes spaces that do not tell the story based on the former inhabitants and their impact on broader socio cultural milieu, but spaces that are created as live-in museums for the sole purpose of providing tourist accommodation. Due to its unique interior design based on the aesthetics of former Yugoslavia, Yugodom has been perceived by the tourists and both local and international media as a museum space, showcasing the authentic Yugoslav home. While describing how this live-in museum was created, this paper will contextualize and examine the potential of reversed historic house museums in enriching both tourism and museum scene of the destination.
PB  - Perugia: Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello
C3  - House Museums and the Interpretation of the Cultural, Social, Urban Landscape. Proceedings of the 16th Annual DEMHIST Conference
T1  - A Reversed Historic House Museum: the Yugodom Rental Apartment in Belgrade
EP  - 109
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Iguman, Sanja and Ničić, Miloš",
year = "2018",
abstract = "Following social, cultural and economic developments in the world of contemporary tourism, “Airbnb” service for peer-to-peer short term lodging rental emerged as a major player in tourism accommodation business. Many available units are in fact historic house museums, sourcing their hospitality attractiveness in the same qualities outlined by the “classic” historic house museums – authenticity and interconnections between space, landscape, inhabitants and collections with the broader cultural context. This paper seeks to examine the impact of the “Airbnb” system on the development of reversed historic house museums by bringing up the case of Yugodom – short term stay accommodation in downtown Belgrade. Term reversed historic house museums describes spaces that do not tell the story based on the former inhabitants and their impact on broader socio cultural milieu, but spaces that are created as live-in museums for the sole purpose of providing tourist accommodation. Due to its unique interior design based on the aesthetics of former Yugoslavia, Yugodom has been perceived by the tourists and both local and international media as a museum space, showcasing the authentic Yugoslav home. While describing how this live-in museum was created, this paper will contextualize and examine the potential of reversed historic house museums in enriching both tourism and museum scene of the destination.",
publisher = "Perugia: Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello",
journal = "House Museums and the Interpretation of the Cultural, Social, Urban Landscape. Proceedings of the 16th Annual DEMHIST Conference",
title = "A Reversed Historic House Museum: the Yugodom Rental Apartment in Belgrade",
pages = "109"
}
Iguman, S.,& Ničić, M.. (2018). A Reversed Historic House Museum: the Yugodom Rental Apartment in Belgrade. in House Museums and the Interpretation of the Cultural, Social, Urban Landscape. Proceedings of the 16th Annual DEMHIST Conference
Perugia: Fondazione Ranieri di Sorbello..
Iguman S, Ničić M. A Reversed Historic House Museum: the Yugodom Rental Apartment in Belgrade. in House Museums and the Interpretation of the Cultural, Social, Urban Landscape. Proceedings of the 16th Annual DEMHIST Conference. 2018;:null-109..
Iguman, Sanja, Ničić, Miloš, "A Reversed Historic House Museum: the Yugodom Rental Apartment in Belgrade" in House Museums and the Interpretation of the Cultural, Social, Urban Landscape. Proceedings of the 16th Annual DEMHIST Conference (2018).

Technological development and Sharing economies: implications on tourism destinations

Iguman, Sanja; Ničić, Miloš

(Belgrade: Singidunum University, 2016)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
AU  - Ničić, Miloš
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2195
AB  - Contemporary digital age is relying upon constant changes in the ways new technologies are used in forming authentic forms of networking. Taking into the account the development of sharing economies and their impact on the hospitality accommodation market, this paper will bring forward the processes through which informal short-stay accommodation units are articulated into museum spaces that bring multiple benefits to tourism destinations.
PB  - Belgrade: Singidunum University
C3  - Quality as a basis for Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the SITCON - Singidunum International Tourism Conference
T1  - Technological development and Sharing economies: implications on tourism destinations
EP  - 42
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Iguman, Sanja and Ničić, Miloš",
year = "2016",
abstract = "Contemporary digital age is relying upon constant changes in the ways new technologies are used in forming authentic forms of networking. Taking into the account the development of sharing economies and their impact on the hospitality accommodation market, this paper will bring forward the processes through which informal short-stay accommodation units are articulated into museum spaces that bring multiple benefits to tourism destinations.",
publisher = "Belgrade: Singidunum University",
journal = "Quality as a basis for Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the SITCON - Singidunum International Tourism Conference",
title = "Technological development and Sharing economies: implications on tourism destinations",
pages = "42"
}
Iguman, S.,& Ničić, M.. (2016). Technological development and Sharing economies: implications on tourism destinations. in Quality as a basis for Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the SITCON - Singidunum International Tourism Conference
Belgrade: Singidunum University..
Iguman S, Ničić M. Technological development and Sharing economies: implications on tourism destinations. in Quality as a basis for Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the SITCON - Singidunum International Tourism Conference. 2016;:null-42..
Iguman, Sanja, Ničić, Miloš, "Technological development and Sharing economies: implications on tourism destinations" in Quality as a basis for Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the SITCON - Singidunum International Tourism Conference (2016).

Re-interpretation of natural and cultural heritage symbiosis as a tool for sustainable tourism development in Belgrade

Iguman, Sanja

(Singidunum University, 2015)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Iguman, Sanja
PY  - 2015
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2196
AB  - This paper deals with the burning issue of sustainable tourism development in Belgrade, with an emphasis on re-interpretation and re-narration of local cultural and natural heritage. In order to understand the turbulent past, explain it in the present and preserve it for the future, this work enhances the symbiosis of specific geo-political position and natural preferences of Belgrade, being the starting point for interpretation of its heritage. Referring to studies about the city in a present-day form, the paper will show the crucial function of reading the signs that speak for a space significantly transformed through time. Furthermore, narration as the most important tool for increasing the knowledge and value of a place and its heritage will be underlined. The work refers to the local communities (in sense of understanding their multiple identity and heritage) as well as visitors, within the perspective of the so called “tourist gaze” (John Urry). One of the steps will be an attempt to re-interpret the significance of the Sava and Danube and their confluence in both natural and cultural sense.
PB  - Singidunum University
C3  - Resources as a factor of Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the Sitcon - Singidunum International Tourism Conference
T1  - Re-interpretation of natural and cultural heritage symbiosis as a tool for sustainable tourism development in Belgrade
EP  - 259
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Iguman, Sanja",
year = "2015",
abstract = "This paper deals with the burning issue of sustainable tourism development in Belgrade, with an emphasis on re-interpretation and re-narration of local cultural and natural heritage. In order to understand the turbulent past, explain it in the present and preserve it for the future, this work enhances the symbiosis of specific geo-political position and natural preferences of Belgrade, being the starting point for interpretation of its heritage. Referring to studies about the city in a present-day form, the paper will show the crucial function of reading the signs that speak for a space significantly transformed through time. Furthermore, narration as the most important tool for increasing the knowledge and value of a place and its heritage will be underlined. The work refers to the local communities (in sense of understanding their multiple identity and heritage) as well as visitors, within the perspective of the so called “tourist gaze” (John Urry). One of the steps will be an attempt to re-interpret the significance of the Sava and Danube and their confluence in both natural and cultural sense.",
publisher = "Singidunum University",
journal = "Resources as a factor of Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the Sitcon - Singidunum International Tourism Conference",
title = "Re-interpretation of natural and cultural heritage symbiosis as a tool for sustainable tourism development in Belgrade",
pages = "259"
}
Iguman, S.. (2015). Re-interpretation of natural and cultural heritage symbiosis as a tool for sustainable tourism development in Belgrade. in Resources as a factor of Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the Sitcon - Singidunum International Tourism Conference
Singidunum University..
Iguman S. Re-interpretation of natural and cultural heritage symbiosis as a tool for sustainable tourism development in Belgrade. in Resources as a factor of Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the Sitcon - Singidunum International Tourism Conference. 2015;:null-259..
Iguman, Sanja, "Re-interpretation of natural and cultural heritage symbiosis as a tool for sustainable tourism development in Belgrade" in Resources as a factor of Tourism Destination Competitiveness. Proceedings of the Sitcon - Singidunum International Tourism Conference (2015).