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As Europe hurtles towards winter, the temperatures across the continent are dropping. This has produced some breath-taking scenery over the past few days.
The peaks of the Tatra Mountains poke out of the clouds in Poland.
The local government warned residents of strong winds and choppy seas as the temperatures dropped.
The hills of Aralar in northern of Spain have been coated in thick snow.
A squirrel prepares for winter in Tsaritsyno park in Moscow, Russia.
A lone hiker enjoys the view from the Alpspitze mountain above Triesenberg, Liechtenstein.
Thick fog shrouds a forest near Schmitten, Germany.
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In Sardinia, the water is slowly draining away after a staggering 450mm of rain fell in just 2 hours.
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