Right Now, Slovenia Looks Eerily Similar To The “Frozen” Kingdom Of Arendelle

The European country has been paralyzed by severe ice storms. Thousands were left without electricity, 40% of schools were shut, and residents were advised not to drink tap water, the BBC reported. posted on

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People walk next to ice-covered trees in Postojna.

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A snowman is covered with thick ice in Prestranek.

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An ice-covered steam train at the Postojna railway station.

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A dog looks out of a window at the frozen trees in Prestranek.

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Ice-covered road signs in Postojna.

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Members of the Slovene army remove ice covered fallen trees in Pivka.

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Ice covers a World War II monument in Pivka.

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Ice-covered broken power lines are seen at the Postojna railway station.

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A power company worker repairs power lines in ice-covered woods in Pivka.

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A man walks on a road surrounded by ice-covered broken trees in Rakitnik.

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Bee hives are seen surrounded by ice-covered trees in Rakitnik.

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An ice-covered electric power pillar in Postojna.

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Ice-covered cars at a parking place in Postojna.

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An man loads firewood in Prestranek.

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A man removes icicles from his roof in Prestranek.

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A worker cuts the top of an ice-covered tree in Postojna.

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Power company workers repair power lines next to ice-covered pillars in Pivka.

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