Ana Mrđa

Ana Mrđa
University of Zagreb · Department of Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture

Ph.D., Mag.Eng.Arch

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11 Research Items
32 Citations
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Additional affiliations
June 2009 - present
University of Zagreb
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (27)
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Rad analizira kvantitativnu i kvalitativnu prilagodbu hotela u Hrvatskoj recentnim promjenama u turizmu. Opseg prilagodbi analiziran je na temelju podataka o kategoriziranim hotelima Ministarstva turizma Republike Hrvatske. Analizirana je promjena broja kategoriziranih hotelskih soba od 1* do 5* u razdoblju od 2005. do 2017. godine i promjena broja...
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Hotelska se izgradnja tijekom životnoga ciklusa periodički prilagođava trajno promjenjivim zahtjevima u turizmu. Zastarijevanje uzrokuju promjene u sociološkim i tehnološkim zahtjevima. Arhitektonske promjene kojima je podložna hotelska izgradnja analizirane su na primjeru dvokrevetne sobe koja je obično osnovna gradbena jedinica hotela. Rad dokazu...
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The study is based on the theory models of heritage tourism sustainable planning that act as a catalyst for the destinations' market positioning. From the spatial-planning point of view, the competitiveness of the destination is based on the specific cultural experiences, environmental quality and scenic landscape, that positions destination as a q...
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The study is based on the theory models of heritage tourism sustainable planning that act as a catalyst for the destinations’ market positioning. From the spatial-planning point of view, the competitiveness of the destination is based on the specific cultural experiences, environmental quality and scenic landscape, that positions destination as a q...
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The paper examines conflicts between the ideas of heritage and tourism, and advocates sustainable approach to tourism planning in cultural landscape. The research introduces heritage urbanism as a sustainable method for enhancing the role of heritage in tourism as a local development tool, stressing that active use of cultural landscape in tourism...
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The paper examines conflicts among the ideas of heritage and tourism and argues a sustainable approach to the tourism planning of heritage places. The research considers the role of heritage tourism in local development by stressing that tourism can bring about a positive response to global competitiveness, regarding its positive influence on recog...
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The paper examines conflicts among the ideas of heritage and tourism and argues sustainable approach to tourism planning in cultural landscape. The research introduces heritage urbanism, as a sustainable method for enhancing the role of heritage in tourism as a local development tool, stressing that active use of cultural landscape in tourism can b...
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The analysis of the most important international documents on the principles of physical planning and tourism are exploring theoretical and legal standards for the inclusion of tourism in regional planning. There are common goals that are present in most documents and individual goals that are thematically outlined in individual documents. The need...
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The aim of this paper is to set up a systematic review of the development of the concept of carrying capacity, to elucidate the methodological point of view in terms of the definition and evaluation of carrying capacity, and to determine the relation between tourism carrying capacity concept and spatial planning. A tourism carrying capacity thesis...
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The aim of this paper is to set up a systematic review of the development of the concept of carrying capacity, to elucidate the methodological point of view in terms of the definition and evaluation of carrying capacity, and to determine the relation between tourism carrying capacity concept and spatial planning. A tourism carrying capacity thesis...
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Pejsaž je prostor koji opažamo i u kojem djelujemo, odnosno prostorna vrijednost oblikovana međudjelovanjem i međuovisnošću dviju sastavnica: prirodne (prirodnih sila) i kulturne (djelovanje čovjeka). Perivoj, kao oblikovan javni ili privatni prostor pejsažne arhitekture, polazi od ideje stvaranja potpuno novih prostorno-pejsažnih obilježja i sadrž...
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The space and the environment are the inherent notions of tourism and, conversely, the concept of tourism is inconceivable without the components of space and environment. Tourism helps to bring people closer together and to raise awareness of the value of the natural and cultural heritage, while promoting respect for different cultures. Physical p...
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On the examples of the islands of Šolta, Ugljan, Brač and Mljet, this paper seeks to show that the planned capacities of tourist zones in spatial designation plans of municipalities/towns and detailed urban designation plans of several tourist zones are not entirely coherent with their maintenance possibilities (executed by the current inhabitants)...
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The urban culture on the eastern Adriatic coast is traceable for at least twenty-five centuries. After the Ancient Greeks arrived on the eastern Adriatic coast, they traded with the Illyrians (the contemporaries of the Etruscans) since the 9th century BC, but the first town, Issa, was not founded until the the 4th ct. BC. Of all the towns founded b...
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Zagrebu-Arhitektonski fakultet Katedra za urbanizam, prostorno planiranje i pejsažnu arhitekturu Kačićeva 26-10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska KLJUČNE RIJEČI: zdravstveni turizam, toplice, funkcionalni modeli, projektni parametri KEY WORDS: health tourism, spa, functional model, design parameters SAŽETAK: Širi okvir rada temelji se na istraživanju pojma zdrav...
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The aim of this research is to determine the possible ways of achieving contemporary development of selective tourism on specific locations of Croatian coastal brownfields – abandoned mine and military areas. By analyzing four selected examples of the transformation of similar places of former special use in the world, basic conditions for successf...
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The town of Mostar is the cultural, university and economic centre of Herzegovina. It is situated at the convergence of the Rivers Radobolja and Neretva Canyon which greatly defines the physiognomy of the town. Its landscape has played an important role in the shaping of the town and its matrix since its founding in the Middle Ages. Partly destroye...
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Sažetak: Rad prikazuje sadašnji stupanj razvoja zdravstvenog turizma toplica na području Krapinsko-zagorske županije. Kako ova županija obiluje brojnim geotermalnim i mineralnim izvorima (23) kao i toplicama razvijenim na tim izvorima (Krapinske Toplice, Stubičke Toplice, Terme Jezerčica, Tuheljske Toplice, Sutinske Toplice, Šemničke Toplice) valor...
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Istraživanje povijesnog razvoja, današnjeg stanja i planskih smjernica za jedno od najvažnijih javnih šetališta grada Zagreba - Tuškanac.
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The paper analyses 20 contemporary examples of reclamation and conversion of quarries in Croatia and abroad. Their mutual comparison according to determined basic features offers four possible models of landscape recovery and basic guidelines for the choice of models during the reclamation of deserted quarries.
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The paper analyses 20 contemporary examples of reclamation and conversion of quarries in Croatia and abroad. Their mutual comparison according to determined basic features offers four possible models of landscape recovery and basic guidelines for the choice of models during the reclamation of deserted quarries.

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Contemporary attitudes of conservationists on the holistic protection based on international conservation documents connect protection with urban and spatial planning through the concept of sustainable development. The aim of proposed research is to affirm heritage as an active space and spatial resource, to include it in future life and to allow it to be the initiator and active participant in sustainable spatial, social and cultural, economic and touristic development. The research will be based on the selected case studies for each type of cultural heritage. The aim is to define spatial criteria, methods and models for revitalisation and for the implementation of new projects within cultural heritage, which may contribute to their enhancement. The project results (criteria, methods, models) will be applied in spatial and urban planning and conservation practices, and will be of far-reaching impact.