Tensions and anxieties are running high in Croatia, where at least 350,000 refugees and migrants have entered the country from Syria.
So for those who may need a moment of peace, they might want to visit the city of Zadar, where an art installation on the Adriatic Sea is playing a beautiful symphony of sound.
3D-Printed Instruments Rock Out
Don't look for a group of musicians, however. Here, the ocean is the artist, pushing air into carefully crafted white marble steps just off the edge of the water.
Known as the "Sea Organ," or Morske Orgulje, these steps, designed by architect Nikola Bašić, span 230 feet. Narrow channels carved into the risers create 35 organ pipes that tuned to a variety of chords.
When the wind and waves crash against these so-called organ pipes, they compose mesmerizing sounds. And since the sea and wind are unpredictable by nature, the organ's composition includes many different variations - often changing at a moment's notice.
You can have a listen below.