Europe freezes in the truest sense of the word. Victims of severe frosts in the territories of Ukraine to Italy were at least 200 people. This number is growing every day.Most of the abnormally low temperatures, which are held for a week, hit Eastern Europe.
A seaside resort town in the Ukraine, Crimea, February 1, 2012.
The woman on the bus looking through frosted window in Bucharest.
Wooden figurines have become ice sculptures in the cold -8,5 ° C in Zeegrebene, Switzerland
A resident of St. Petersburg swimming.
A couple of photographs in front of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.
People walk to the snow-covered church in the Alpenrose Wendelstein, Germany. The church is located at the altitude of 1828 m.
A group of tourists on the background of snow-covered landscape in Davos, Switzerland.
A cow looks out from the stall in Davos, Switzerland.
Girls are walking in the city center, wrapped in warm clothes.
Tent for homeless, lunch with hot tea and food, set in Donetsk Ukrainian rescuers.
The girl is under an umbrella in the cold in Sofia.
An elephant eats snow in a zoo in Munich.
Icicles hang from the branches on the bank of the Elbe River in Dresden.
Bosnian on a snowy road in the village on the north of Sarajevo.
Skiers on the background of snow-covered landscape in Oberhof, Germany.
The girl in the city center, where over the past six days, 43 died from hypothermia. More than 800 people sought help at the hospital.
Icicles on a rock in the sun in Eisenach, Germany.
Ducks take off from a pond in a cold winter day in Minsk.
Krasnoyarsk, Russia. The street-34S, 30 January 2012.
Austria, January 27, 2012.
Heavy snowfall in Istanbul. Dozens of international flights are delayed because of bad weather.
Pavlodar, Kazakhstan January 31, 2012. On the street in some areas the temperature reached yes-43c.
February 2 at the west of Poland thermometer showed -32 and killed 9 people. Total for this week in the country by abnormal cold 29 people were killed. The River Vistula.
Snow piles in Kosovo, January 31, 2012. In the Balkans, because of the snowfall cut off from the world of thousands of people in small towns, and in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the temperature dropped below minus 30 degrees.
In the tram. Minsk, Belarus, February 2, 2012.
Frozen Pond in Vienna, Austria, February 2, 2012.
Winter landscape in Winterberg, Germany, February 2, 2012.
According to meteorologists, the abnormal cold will continue in much of Europe for at least another few days