Greeting to the Sun, a public art installation by Croatian architect Nikola Bašić, comes to life at sunset in the beautiful coastal town of Zadar, Croatia. This circle of light is consisted of 300 photovoltaic solar glass plates installed on the stone-paved waterfront, next to Nikola's famous oceanic-musical instrument, the Sea Organ. The LEDs change colors and patterns to create a spectacular show of light in the rhythm of the waves and the sounds of the Sea Organ.
It produces enough energy to be used not only for the installation, but for the lighting of the entire waterfront as well. The project is an unique example of implementing the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency in the city space.
image above via Zadar Tourist Board
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photo by Suzanne Hamilton
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photo by Glen Scott
Here is a video by YouTuber onmysilkroad that will take you on a tour of the coastal town.