The whole of Europe is facing what is the worst cold spell of the time especially the Eastern Europe with more than 150 people already dead and a lot more snow expected in the coming days.
The cold snap began on Friday last week.Among the majority of the dead people were homeless people who were unable to find shelter.
Parts of the UK have experienced temperatures as low as -10c during the chill weather. The various fountains in London with froze water demonstrate how low the temperatures have dropped in the capital.
Snow falling and freezing on wire fences and walls in Belgium made ice sculptures as the whole landscape turned white.
Freezing temperatures have killed six people and trapped some 11,500 others in Belgrade,Russia.
Splendid views like icicles formed on windows and gorges, cars almost buried in snow and trees weighed down by heavy snow are seen in Germany.
Parts of the Black Sea froze near the Romanian coastline and there was a rare snowfall on Croatian islands in the Adriatic Sea. In Bulgaria, 16 towns recorded their lowest temperatures since records started 100 years ago.
Authorities are trying their best to to try to clear the snow and deliver badly needed supplies in these areas.
'We are trying everything to unblock the roads since more snow and blizzards are expected in the coming days,'
About 180 schools were closed in Romania because of the freezing cold as the cold related deaths reached to 22.
A number of airports have been shut down.Helicopters evacuated dozens of people from snow-blocked villages this week in Bosnia and Serbia.
Death toll in Ukraine now stands at 101, with 38 people being killed by cold last night.