The waves flow through the Sea Organ in the coastal town of Zadar composing a constantly changing melody of nature and Croatian creativity. #crazygoodtravel
Can you hear that? That is the sound of the sea, like you’ve never heard it before! This is the sound of the Sea Organ in Zadar, Croatia!
Created as an incredible collaboration of mankind and the elements, this 230-foot concrete structure harnesses the energy of the winds and waters of the Adriatic Sea to create random but soothing and harmonized notes.
The sea-organ, or “morske orgulje” as it’s known in Croatian, was designed by Croatian architect Nikola Bašić and opened to the public in 2005. Water and wind enter through holes at the bottom of the steps, where they are channelled into resonating chambers. The sounds from these chambers exit through holes along the highest steps.
Click the link below to hear more of how it sounds!
ALSO, did you know that Zadar and its sea organ is one of The New York Times’ “50 Places to go in 2019”
What are you waiting for? See this wonderful place and more on our Crossroads of Europe tour or our Best of Croatia tour!