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Blizzard freezes Slovenian streets

It looks like a beautiful winter wonderland but an icy blizzard has caused a lot of trouble in parts of Europe.
1 in 4 homes in Slovenia have no electricity at the moment after power lines iced up. People have been told not to drink tap water at the moment.
A frozen pylon
The strong winds that come with a blizzard blew power lines down. Over a third of schools in the country have been closed.
A woman and child walk past a fallen pylon with a sledge.
It looks like a beautiful winter wonderland but an icy blizzard has caused a lot of trouble in parts of Europe. These trees in the city of Postojna, Slovenia have turned to ice.
People walk next to trees covered with ice
The frosty spell means trains have been cancelled and roads are dangerous to drive on. This man needs to defrost his car before he can even think of driving anywhere!
A man smashes ice with a pickaxe next to car covered with ice
It's not just Slovenia feeling the chill. Parts of Croatia, Germany and Serbia have been affected too. It's one of the worst blizzards to hit Europe in decades.
A man walks next to ice-covered road signs in Postojna February 3, 2014