Ever wondered what ice sounds like? Well if you're willing to travel all the way to lonely Finse in southern Norway, you can hear its eerie vibrations at the Ice Music Festival.
You can only get to this isolated outpost by train, surrounded by ice and snow with temperatures dropping to -27 degrees Celsius. But one creative artist decided it was the best place to invite people to let their creativity loose on ice blocks.
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Traditional - and not so traditional - instruments are carved from ice and a show is put on for festival goers that hail from all over the world, but you're going to have to watch it all outside.
However, making music from ice isn't wholly unique to Finse - Norway has another ice music festival and in Italy ice orchestras have also been conducted in the snowier parts of the country.
Just remember to dress warm!
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