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Petar Petrov

Petar Petrov is born in Bulgaria and lives in the capital city Sofia. He is an architect and is doing restoration of historic buildings and adaptation of archaeological sites. He is very much captivated by spoken and written words. He loves to tell stories and to show amazing things about heritage that previously may seem dry, but eventually turn out to be very cool. He believes that cultural heritage is a powerful resource to create a better living environment that evokes sense of comfort and joy. Social Media Volunteer for Heritage since 2017.

Sorina Neacsu

Sorina Neacsu, born in Romania, currently lives in Bucharest. She is a trained art historian, cultural manager and museum educator and enjoys everything related to heritage. She manages “Heritage for the Future” Cultural Association and her PhD thesis on Contemporary Art. Her studies focused on art history and political science, but she also took various extracurricular courses such as curatorial practices, art critique, museum education etc. She is keen on exploring the enhancement and dissemination of cultural heritage and dreams to foster a better understanding of heritage relevance on our everyday life. She joined European Heritage Times in 2017 and European Heritage Volunteers in 2019.

Samuel Oer de Almeida

Samuel Oer de Almeida was born in Germany. He is a doctoral student in Classical Archaeology at the University of Tübingen and researches cities of Roman Asia Minor. He is interested in ancient architecture and urbanism, numismatics and epigraphy, historical geography, and the reception of antiquity through the ages. He enjoys listening to various genres of music and is a passionate bibliophile. Moreover, he participates in several excavations around the Mediterranean. He believes that the engagement with cultural heritage is key to understanding past and present societies. Volunteer for European Heritage Times since 2018.


Petar Petrov

Petar Petrov is born in Bulgaria and lives in the capital city Sofia. He is an architect and is doing restoration of historic buildings and adaptation of archaeological sites. He is very much captivated by spoken and written words. He loves to tell stories and to show amazing things about heritage that previously may seem dry, but eventually turn out to be very cool. He believes that cultural heritage is a powerful resource to create a better living environment that evokes sense of comfort and joy. Social Media Volunteer for Heritage since 2017.

Sorina Neacsu

Sorina Neacsu, born in Romania, currently lives in Bucharest. She is a trained art historian, cultural manager and museum educator and enjoys everything related to heritage. She manages “Heritage for the Future” Cultural Association and her PhD thesis on Contemporary Art. Her studies focused on art history and political science, but she also took various extracurricular courses such as curatorial practices, art critique, museum education etc. She is keen on exploring the enhancement and dissemination of cultural heritage and dreams to foster a better understanding of heritage relevance on our everyday life. She joined European Heritage Times in 2017 and European Heritage Volunteers in 2019.

Samuel Oer de Almeida

Samuel Oer de Almeida was born in Germany. He is a doctoral student in Classical Archaeology at the University of Tübingen and researches cities of Roman Asia Minor. He is interested in ancient architecture and urbanism, numismatics and epigraphy, historical geography, and the reception of antiquity through the ages. He enjoys listening to various genres of music and is a passionate bibliophile. Moreover, he participates in several excavations around the Mediterranean. He believes that the engagement with cultural heritage is key to understanding past and present societies. Volunteer for European Heritage Times since 2018.