Balkan Heritage Foundation, established in 2008

Programs

The Balkan Heritage Foundation supports numerous research and/or conservation projects (currently in Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro and Republic of North Macedonia) such as excavations, expeditions, conservation and documentation workshops, contributing to the study, preservation, promotion and utilization of the Cultural Heritage of the Balkans.

The Balkan Heritage Foundation organizes campaigns for raising public awareness on local heritage issues. It is involved in the development of regional strategies for the utilization and management of cultural heritage and development of cultural tourism for municipalities in cooperation with local museum, government, and non-government organizations and stakeholders.

Balkan Heritage Foundation‘s main goals consist of the promotion and development of quality education in the fields of Archaeology and History, Conservation and Restoration, Cultural Resource Management, etc. It is achieved through our Field School Program and Public lectures.

campaign for support of balkan cultural heritage

The Balkan Heritage Foundation organizes and implements exhibitions, conferences, donation campaigns, training courses, online seminars and much more.

News

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The Alexandrovo Tomb. 20 Years Later

20 years ago, near the village of Alexandrovo, Bulgaria, a remarkable monument of Thracian architecture from the early Hellenistic period 4th-3rd c. BCE was discovered.
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Phoenicians and Cypriots in the North? Objects, People and Networks in the North Aegean Area in the Geometric and Archaic Periods

Phoenicians and Cypriots in the North Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean - objects, people and networks in the Geometric and Archaic Periods
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A Microcosm of Roman Thrace’s Metropolis: Formative Urban Interactions in the Theater at Philippopolis

The 1st century CE theater in Philippopolis (present-day Plovdiv, Bulgaria) provides a case study for entertainment venues in Roman Thrace.