This is a personal project of Professor Tomislav Šola supported by the European Heritage Association - a non-profit NGO dedicated to public memory research and projects, exclusive beneficiary of author's rights.


Professor Tomislav Šola

As a former curator and director, I now collect places. Places of legendary loves and their memory. On this increasingly warring Planet they convey simple but amazing messages. As a long time university professor, I have been lecturing and writing for the last 25 years about science of public memory. Experimentation is an obligation of any science. One experiment is The Best in Heritage conference, successfully created 15 years ago. Among the others, only the Global Love Museum (dating back almost 20 years) is currently visible and on the move. More about me can be found HERE .

Sen Dobrić

I had the privilege to be a student of prof. Šola and have now been given a unique opportunity to participate in a project both light-hearted and serious, both simple and with enormous potential to grow. In addition to a part of the site's content, I also run the technical side of the project; the site itself being in a state of continuous development. Any and all constructive criticism is welcome, we look forward to your comments !

Vedrana Pavlak

Having a romantic mind and a background in philology, I was given the opportunity to contribute to this project by assisting with the stories and legends. Global Love Museum is a way of capturing the fleeting beauty of love by compiling as many love stories from around the world as possible, immortalizing them in one place. As most humans, I am continuously inspired by the experience and concept of love, so I believe this project has the potential to touch many and to become an important part of world's heritage.

The European Heritage Association has made the project possible since 2005 when the first site was launched and supports its new start in 2014. However, we will need assistance for the continuation of the project and shall gratefully consider any proposal for sponsorship.

Bank account: 2500-1636707


IBAN CODE: HR 2723600001101595710
Address of the bank: Zagrebačka banka d.d.; Samoborska 145, 10 000 Zagreb
Account owner: European Heritage Association

Address of the account owner: Trg K.P. Kresimira IV, 7, 10 000 Zagreb,

You will easily notice our progress by improvements in the quality of our International English. That might mean that some native-speaker joined by editing texts. If the site appears in any other language, it will mean that, again, somebody was there to make it possible. Yet, if you only spread the word and speak well of us, that is just fine already - an act of love in itself.