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Beautiful Slavic countries covered in ice and snow

If you ever wondered where to go during winter months and vacations, we might have a conclusion for you! Why not visit one of the Slavic countries that are more than beautiful during winter too. Wheen degerees fall below -20° the nature takes one even more beautiful form. The frozen and icy Slavic lands during winter reveal it’s other face, it’s harsh and you have to get ready but it’s also amazingly beautiful, mesmerizing and calming. See the gallery:

The St. Sava Temple – winter in Belgrade

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photo via www.serbia.com

Kievan statues after heavy snowfalls in Ukraine

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Photo via cnn.com

People fighting throught ice and snow in Belarus, Minsk.

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photo via belarusdigest.com

Horses pulling an chariot in Beskidy, Poland.

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Photo via urbanfragment.wordpress.com

Lake Ohrid under snow and ice in Macedonia

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photo via winwallpapers.net

Mostar and old bridge under snow, BiH.

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photo via trekearth.com

Prague and Charles bridge under snow in Czech Republic.

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Photo via easyjet.com

St. Nicholas Monastery shackled in snow near Perm, Russia.

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Photo via russiatrek.org

Wooden church in Kalná Roztoka, Slovakia

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Photo via commons.wikimedia.org

Ice covered lampposts in town of Senj, Croatia

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Photo via www.theatlantic.com

So where will you go this winter?

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