Published March 14, 2022 | Version v1
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Moravian–Slovak Borderland: Possibilities for Rural Development

  • 1. Mendel University in Brno, Czechia
  • 2. Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Slovakia

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This article analyzes the question of how the change of geopolitical position in the rural region of Eastern Moravia, which was shifted from the center of the state on its border, is reflected. The paper shows how the originally marginal region transformed from an area with shepherd agriculture to an industrial area with a skilled workforce during the existence of Czechoslovakia and questions how to cope with the consequences of the reverse change into a marginal geopolitical position on the eastern border of Czechia. The paper considers the balance of migration, supplemented by the construction of new dwellings, to be a relatively complex indicator. It states that the region of Eastern Moravia is problematic in terms of further development, except for the northern part, which is affected by the suburbanization of Ostrava. As a result, it proposes to supplement the current orientation toward the manufacturing industry by creating conditions for the development of cultural tourism.

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SPOT – Social and innovative Platform On cultural Tourism and its potential towards deepening Europeanisation 870644
European Commission