Dust and sand from cyclones in northern Africa carpet ski resorts in Russia and Romania
Dust from a sandstorm in the Sahara desert is make snow in eastern Europe to turn orange, transforming mountainous regions of Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria and Romania into Mars-like landscapes.
The unusual scenes are believed to be created by a mix of sand, dust and pollen particles stirred up and swept across from blizzards in northern Africa. According the meteorologists, the phenomenon occurs roughly every five years.
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