VOLUME 14 (2019)

Maija Veinberga, Daiga Skujāne, Pēteris Rivža
The impact of landscape aesthetic and ecological qualities on public preference of planting types in urban green spaces

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.01
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Dominika Kuśnierz-Krupa
Original historical spatial development research methodology on the example of the town of Skawina in Lesser Poland

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.02
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Silvija Ozola
The Development of the Catholic Cathedral Building-type at Bishoprics’ Towns on the Baltic Sea Southern Coast during the 13th – 14th Centuries

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.03
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Silvija Ozola
The Evolution of Cathedral Planning on the Baltic Sea Southern Cast during the 13th – 14th Centuries in Context of European Building Traditions

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.04
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Natalija Ņitavska, Monta Siliņa
The identity of military heritage areas of the coast of Kurzeme

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.05
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Aija Ziemeļniece, Linda Balode
The transformation of the cultural landscape of Latvian rehabilitation gardens and parks

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.06
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Nadiia Oleksiichenko, Nadiia Gatalska, Mariana Mavko, Oleksandr Ostapchuk
The role of woody plants in the formation of figurative and symbolic structure of memorial parks

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.07
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Agnese Sofija Kusmane
Magnetic Places in Riga Soviet Residential Areas

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.08
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Madara Markova
Landscape sociology as developing academic discipline
DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.09
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Natālija Cudečka-Puriņa, Lilita Ābele, Dzintra Atstāja, Vladimirs Cudečkis
The Baltic countries towards the goals of waste framework directive

DOI: 10.22616/j.landarchart.2018.14.10
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