The Adriatic ocean, is the setting for this story of how a Croatian Architect, filled a World War 2 lunch spot, with incredible sounds.
During World war 2 the concrete wall's shoreline was completely destroyed. Architect, Nikola Basic, helped transform the shoreline during the reconstruction project. This involved building huge concrete steps, arranged in a meticulous pattern. Holes were strategically placed, so that the combination of wind and water passing through, would create a harmonious sounds.
He named this design 'morske orgulje' translates to 'Sea Organ' and this apt description has proved hugely popular.However some people have described this as 'haunting'Check out the sound clip and Judge for yourself
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