The outwordly sound of the unique 'Sea Organ' from Zadar may be one of the most unforgettable things you'll witness during your next summer vacation.

The mesmerizing music comes from the so-called Sea Organ ('Morske orgulje' in Croatian) an 'instrument' designed by a Croatian architect Nikola Bašić within redesigning projects of the new city coast. 

The sculpture is seventy meters long and has thirty-five organ pipes built underneath a set of large marble steps. The instrument plays music by way of the wind and the movement of sea waves. You never know what you're going to hear, as the notes are never quite the same, but this albeit unpredictable, never-ending concert of numerous musical variations always seems to be in tune. Some people even compare the harmonious notes to 'white nose', sounds that relax them and help them clear their minds.

We've been there, and let us tell you - there is nothing quite like listening to the sea play a serenade for you while you wait for the sun to dive deep into that far-off horizon. 

Enjoy the celestial beauty of this amazing, outwordly music below.

Feb. 28, 2016 Living photo: Profimedia

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