Szirmai, V. (ed.): "Artificial Towns" in the 21st Century: Social Polarisation in the New Town Regions of East-Central Europe




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How to Cite
WiestK. (2017). Szirmai, V. (ed.): "Artificial Towns" in the 21st Century: Social Polarisation in the New Town Regions of East-Central Europe. Hungarian Geographical Bulletin, 66(2), 179-182.
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