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ASSESSMENTS REGARDING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPEMENT ON ECOECONOMIC AND BIOECONOMIC PRINCIPLES, OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES IN THE SHEEP BREEDING VILLAGES FROM “DRUMUL REGELUI” (KING'S ROAD)

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Author(s): Mirela STANCIU | Gligor CIORTEA | Camelia SAND | Iulian VLAD | Iuliana ANTONIE | Maria TĂNASE | Robert BLAJ

Journal: Scientific Papers Series : Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and Rural Development
ISSN 2284-7995

Volume: 12;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 167;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: heritage | natural | anthropogenic | rural tourism | events | tours

ABSTRACT
Purpose of the research is knowing the current status of pastoral villages in the mountain area of our country. Methods and materials: sociological inquiries among the inhabitants of pastoral villages, comparative study of existing monographs. Importance of the work: it presents the current natural and human heritage of the pastoral village, from "the Kings Road" in the context of sustainable development of mountain area, Marginime Sibiu, directly related to the main occupation of residents: sheep breeding. Kings Road was created to improve road links across the Carpathians between Transylvania and the eastern and southern parts of the country. This road passed through villages Sălişte Tilişca, Rod, Poiana and Jina (Sibiu county), Şugag (Alba). Then he made contact with "high road" Sebes River valley upstream to Lotrului originated from there, over mountains Latoritei, Parang and the Capatanii, to Novaci town (Gorj county). The road was opened in 1935 by King Carol II and was considered a great technical achievement, with important economic, strategic and military. Rehabilitation of this road which crosses three counties would lead to exploitation by the rural tourism of natural and anthropogenic pastoral villages he passed by.
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