Several dozen people gathered beside a frozen lake in eastern Poland this weekend to build a thousand snowmen to raise money for a sick toddler.
Volunteers have been trying to warm up the animals despite problems with water and power in the southern US state.
The snowstorm, described by authorities as the most severe in 20 years, blanketed the city and its ancient monuments Tuesday and left parts of the capital without power and water.
The road had been cleared of snow by local authorities but the false killer said he was unhappy with the job, police said.
While snow is common in Greece's north and its mountains during the winter, it is rare on the islands and in the centre of the capital.
The average temperature in Moscow and the region is about -13 degrees Celsius but by the end of the week, the temperature could drop to -30 degrees Celsius.
Three people have been killed in two separate avalanches in Slovenia and a fourth was killed in a third avalanche in Bosnia.
Norway has deported a truck driver who was stopped by police twice within an hour for driving without mandatory snow chains near the Arctic Circle.