The iconic Acropolis in Athens is covered in snow for the first time in decades

One of the most popular tourist attractions in Greece is covered in snow, following a rare snowstorm.

The Acropolis, meaning “high city”, is the most complete monument from ancient Greece. It’s no doubt seen every type of weather since it was built in 3300 BC. But this is the worst winter storm modern-day Greeks have seen since 2008.

What’s been happening with the weather in Greece?

The historic nation has seen temperatures plummet to – 19 degrees Celsius in the past week, disrupting traffic and delaying COVID-19 vaccines.

Police have reported over 250 calls for help from those stuck in cars and homes. Authorities have urged people to avoid

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