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https://doi.org/10.21861/HGG.2007.69.02.03

New 18th Century Venetian Border in Croatia and its Spatial and Demographic Implications

Borna Fuerst - Bjeliš orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-6754-4884 ; Geografski odsjek, PMF
Ivan Zupanc orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-2926-4803 ; Geografski odsjek, PMF


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str. 41-52

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Sažetak

After the peace treaties of Srijemski Karlovci (1699) and Požarevac (1718) Venice extended and consolidated its possessions in Dalmatian interior the most in the history. That was the occasion of new policy of land repartition that was regulated by new agrarian laws and followed by cadastral surveys. Apart from jurisdiction change, after its establishment the border has not undergone any significant changes until today. Consequently, the interior Dalmatian territory consolidated in the 18th century as the Venetian New Acquisition, presents the base for distinctive development of cultural landscape. The topic of the research is to point to the main spatial as well as demographic implications of the new border establishment in Dalmatia.

Ključne riječi

Venetian border, Dalmatian zagora, deforestation, Croatia, 18th Century, environmental degradation, cadastral survey

Hrčak ID:

32524

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/32524

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