Editorial of Issue number 4 of Tourism and Heritage Journal



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Arcos-Pumarola, J., & Baleiro, R. (2023). Editorial of Issue number 4 of Tourism and Heritage Journal . Tourism and Heritage Journal, 4. Retrieved from https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/tourismheritage/article/view/41818