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Rare Sight as Mykonos is Covered by Snow

Mykonos snowThe main port on Mykonos is covered by snow. Credit: Video screenshot/mykonoslive.tv

Mykonos woke up on Sunday covered in snow, a rare event on the cosmopolitan Greek island.

Locals say that the last time this amount of snow fell on Cyclades was decades ago. Journalist Petros Nazos captured the fairytale scenes as snow covered the famous beaches of the island, such as Psarou, Super Paradise, and Elia.

Snow in Mykonos and in most of Greece

As forecasted in an emergency bulletin released by the National Meteorological Service on Friday, snow fell even on the Aegean islands, which is a rare phenomenon.

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