Romania’s Unique Living Stones That Reproduce [VIDEO]
Cemented sand – that’s a strange name for a rock, isn’t it? But that’s what trovants are – spherical...
It is assumed that trovants consist of a stone core, with an outer shell of sand. After a heavy rain, smaller stones form on the larger ones, which is why they are called growing stones. All trovants are believed to be identical to each other, but I’m not sure if this is true.
But this is just a theory; no well-documented research or conclusive experiments have ever been conducted on these miraculous rocks. For now, they remain a popular tourist attraction in Romania. “Muzeul Trovantilator” (Trovants Museum National Reserve) was inaugurated in 2004 and is now protected by UNESCO.
Don’t forget to pay the trovants a visit if you ever happen to visit Romania!
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