Dark, ominous-looking organ in St. Salvator's Cathedral, Bruges, Belgium. It was built originally in 1717, and was rebuilt and expanded 3 times in the 20th century. Even the backdrop of this stone church is dreary.
Sanshin / 三線 is an Okinawan musical instrument and precursor of the Japanese shamisen. Traditionally, it was covered with the skin of the Burmese python, but today, due to CITES regulations, the skin of the python reticulatus is also used.
Berlin Cathedral, Germany. One of the most interesting items in the cathedral is the reconstructed pipe organ, built by the Wilhelm Sauer manufactory. The organ, originally constructed in 1905, has more than 7,000 pipes.