Athens transforms into a colder time of year wonderland after surprising snowfall


Athens woke up to a fairly strange cold morning on Tuesday. A thick sheet of white snow had covered the notable Acropolis and a few old landmarks in Athens. The uncommon snowfall additionally influenced and ended COVID-19 inoculations program in the Greek capital and furthermore halted public vehicle. Various mountainside districts likewise experienced power outages, while parts of the fundamental thruway in the capital city were additionally shut. 

Fire Service representative Vassilis Vathrakoyiannis told a nearby TV channel that they got around 600 calls for help with more noteworthy Athens. "The calls basically concerned brought down trees and shipping individuals adhered in their vehicles to a protected spot, yet additionally to move kidney dialysis patients to get treatment." 

He further educated that however the immunization programs were deferred, they helped transport specialists and clinical staff any place required. They additionally moved force professionals to arrive at troublesome rural areas of the city. 

WINTER WONDERLAND: Snow ❄️ ⛄️ covered #Athens, #Greece as a virus front hit the country. The virus front, known as Madea, is relied upon to carry hefty snowfall to focal, southern and eastern Greece just as the island of Crete. 

— Marios Karatzias (@MariosKaratzias) February 16, 2021 

Evidently, snowfall is a typical marvel in the uneven districts of Greece however it is very uncommon in Athens, particularly hefty snowfall like this. Yet, after snowfall, the city transformed into a whote winterland and Acropolis, alongside a few other memorable structures, looked totally entrancing. 

The common slope of the Acropolis is a thirteenth century engineering, which is an UNESCO world legacy site. The lovely sanctuaries here were worked back in fifth century BC.

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