Digital-Only Museum Has No Actual Art
Could this small museum in an obscure Romanian town be the future of viewing art?
A new museum has brought art, culture and state-of-the-art architecture to Pecica in Romania, a town previously mostly known as an archaeological site and for its bread-baking. Surrounded by the Mures Floodplain National Park, its green roof and cathedral-like structure are designed to more than replace the ‘slice of nature’ that the construction disrupted.
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