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Gestión del patrimonio religioso como recurso turístico: caso Tunja (Boyacá)

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  • Jenny Rocío Moreno Buitrago
  • Bertilda Toledo Morquera
  • Clara Inés Sánchez

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Tunja posee un invaluable patrimonio religioso de relieve en el país. El tema central del trabajo expone las posibilidades de su aprovechamiento para el turismo de la ciudad. El turismo económico se hace necesario para evitar que el valor cultural intrínseco tienda a desdibujarse por acción del deterioro y el olvido. El país adolece de modelos de gestión propios capaces de generar procesos dinámicos en torno al patrimonio mueble e inmueble.

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  • Jenny Rocío Moreno Buitrago & Bertilda Toledo Morquera & Clara Inés Sánchez, 2005. "Gestión del patrimonio religioso como recurso turístico: caso Tunja (Boyacá)," Books, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Administración de Empresas Turísticas y Hoteleras, edition 1, volume 1, number 08, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:ext:hotele:08
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