THE MUSEUM OF SHAPES
The Museum of Shapes in Bozioru houses several “rocks”, known mostly as “trovants”*. Six of these “trovants” can also communicate with visitors, accompanying them on a journey through time spanning 12 million years. This is possible thanks to Augmented Reality, which mediates the dialogue between travelers and stone hosts.
The Museum of Shapes is an interactive space, a relatively new museum. It was established in 2018, at the initiative of the Land of Buzău Association. All those who enter this space will go through several stages of the Earth’s history, together with the “trovants” Sandi or Trovi for example. Also called “living stones” or “children of the earth”, they were formed millions of years ago, at the bottom of a prehistoric delta
*Trovant, a geological term that translated from the Romanian language means “cemented sand”.
*Trovant, a geological term that translated from the Romanian language means “cemented sand”
Interactive 3D virtual tour
To explore this virtual tour in detail we invite you to use the navigation tools in the lower left corner and the “Help” button in the lower right corner which opens a detailed navigation guide.