It wasn’t magic, but some did consider it magical. Snow covered much of the Middle East for the first time in decades on Friday, covering everything from pyramids to camels.
Egypt's first snow: The view near the pyramids. #Cairo #Giza #WhiteChristmas pic.twitter.com/n5HzIJR8SA
— Pakinam and Voice (@pakinamamer) December 13, 2013
Malizia bila agaknya. :') RT @PzFeed Cairo, Egypt experiences the first snow in 112 Years! @TheWAWG pic.twitter.com/vj0cc0Gy6w
— Raden Muhammad Lánce (@AslannAs) December 14, 2013
Global warming hitting Egypt hard. First snow in a century.http://t.co/w6gKC6VpUg pic.twitter.com/5y9TSwbhro
— Steve Goddard (@SteveSGoddard) December 13, 2013
Photo: Camels in the middle of snow earlier today in Tabuk, northern Saudi Arabia —SPA pic.twitter.com/8Gcl4KvWPx
— Ahmed Al Omran (@ahmed) December 13, 2013
Doch ziemlich exotisch. Saudische Kamele im tiefen Winter! #snow #saudiarabia via @ragesalkodary pic.twitter.com/ViXM5hHXGU
— Andreas Hostettler (@Tanargue) December 13, 2013
Two Palestinian women play with snow outside al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean) pic.twitter.com/Mb7k1tWxSb
— Ali KHARCHAFI (@AliKharchafi) December 13, 2013
A snowstorm in the Middle East has also left these scenes in Jerusalem #snow pic.twitter.com/jBIwLtvnOl
— MeteoGroup UK (@WeatherCast_UK) December 13, 2013
SNOWFALL IN JERUSALEM: Turns Holy Land into the scenes we see in Christmas cards http://t.co/fmaGQGXpdN pic.twitter.com/1hYAupAWD5
— slone (@slone) December 13, 2013
Editor’s note: An older image that was inadvertently added as new has been removed. Two additional images of the Sphinx were reportedly fake and have been removed. We apologize for the errors.
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