Sea Organ Zadar, Croatia

Unique 70-meter sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Maritime Authority developed a Croatian architect Nikola Bašić. Unusual musical instrument open to the public since 2005. Sea waves and wind currents penetrate the structure through the openings in the lower level of the embankment, which are sent to the resonating chamber. Sounds of these cameras come out through the holes along the upper stages. This place in Zadar is popular among tourists and locals.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Source: zadar.travel

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8 thoughts on “Sea Organ Zadar, Croatia

  1. Truly amazing. There are “hanging” lakes in northwest ireland and Switzerland which naturally create their own form of music as the lake water slowly drains from one lake to another; the sound reminds me of a woman singing. Quite eerie. But I’ve never seen anything like this. Thanks.

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