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9 July 2007 11.42Ricardo Roura is doing a Ph.D. study at the Arctic Centre of the University of Groningen, studying the interaction between cultural heritage and tourism. In the polar regions, there can be found a lot of vulnerable sites and artefacts from historical events related to whaling or polar exploration. Tourists visit these sites and hear different stories. In the video, Ricardo explains about his observations near the mast where the zeppelin was moored which helped Amundsen pass the north pole to Alaska.
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