Dark destinations – Visitor reflections from a holocaust memorial site

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Liyanage, Sherry; Coca-Stefaniak, Andres; Powell, Raymond;

Abstract\ud \ud Purpose – Dark tourism and, more specifically, visitor experiences at Nazi concentration camp memorials are emerging fields of research in tourism studies and destination management. This paper builds on this growing body of knowledge and focuses on the ... View more
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