When the Psiloritis resembles Antarctica…

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Psiloritis does not stop to surprise us and impress us with its wild beauty.
A phenomenon reminiscent of the Antarctic landscape has been observed in the last few days on the ridges of Psiloritis. At an altitude of 1750 meters on two slopes just below the Skinkas Observatory, snow, in spite of the summer weather that prevails with the high temperatures of Spring, insist that they do not melt.
The snow exceeds five meters in height and creates passes between large volumes of snow reminiscent of Antarctic landscapes.
Although it is a phenomenon that explains and has to do with the specific locations, the altitude and the currents of the wind, it does not cease to impress us and the mountain of Zeus gives us once again wonderful pictures.
Filmmaker: sarantos nikos

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