CULTURAL-GEOGRAPHIC DETERMINANTS OF JERUSALEM
Culture and cultural phenomena are always in the focus of studying cultural geography. The study of Jerusalem from the aspect of supranational spread of culture is a special challenge. The cultural-geographical determinants of Jerusalem represent the features seen through the factors of time and space in which Jerusalem became and survived. The study of the morphology of cultural-geographical determinants in Jerusalem represents scientifically study of the relationship between man and his environment, the man's belief and application of perception of cultural-geographic determinants.
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