Morske Orgulje (Sea Organ)

On your visit to the coastal Croatian city of Zadar, follow the sound of music to find your way to what is arguably the city’s most popular sight. And it’s not just any music, but rather ocean-made melodies produced by a sea organ, or morske orgulje. The massive underground instrument is composed of 35 organ pipes, which play musical chords prompted by wind and waves from the sea. The result is a haunting harmony of tunes that lures visitors to the coast to commune a bit with nature.

The wave-played instrument was opened in 2005, and was created to give new life to this stretch of peninsular coastline, which had fallen into a rather unloved state after the Second World War. Now locals and out-of-towners alike flock to the harmonic marble steps — where the sounds are pushed through the stone surface via holes — to watch one of the best sunsets around, and while listening to a soundtrack produced by nature itself.

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The Sea Organ is located at the far western end of Zadar’s peninsula. It’s a popular destination during sunset, so get there early to claim your perfect spot. Once the sun goes down, squeeze in yet another sensory experience by heading to the tip of the peninsula, just beyond the organ, to check out the lit-up solar panels.
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住所: Obala Petra Krešimira IV, Zadar, Zadar, Croatia 23000, クロアチア
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