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DOI:  https://doi.org/10.21104/CL.2019.4.03

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This article intends to explore practices developed within the International Gathering of Military Vehicles ‘Caterpillars and Horseshoes’ in Borne Sulinowo – a former military base in Poland. Focusing on a specific event, I attempt to demonstrate how tourism provides remembrance activities. Because all the practices mentioned in the text below have been established as a result of and in relation to the post-military base, it is also significant to examine how tourist practices developed within the gathering are affected by the materiality of the site.

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memorial, military object, Poland, post-military space, post-Soviet base, remembrance activity, tourism

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