The Sahara Desert turns into a winter wonderland in Algeria

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snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19
Magical landscape of a frosty and snowy Sahara desert in Algeria.

Pretty amazing pictures of Sahara Desert covered with frost near the city of Ain Sefra in Algeria, on January 17, 2021.

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19
The desert looks like waves starting to freeze.

Arid landscape visited by cold temperatures and snow.

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19
snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19, 2021.

It’s just magical.

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19
perfect geometry

and here a video:

Enjoy the pictures below!

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19

snow sahara, snow sahara january 2021,snow covers sandy dunes of Sahara desert in Algeria on January 19

The Algerian town of Ain Sefra has experienced snow for only the fourth time in 42 years (in in 1979, 2017 and 2018) after temperatures dropped to -3°C (27°F).

January is one of the coldest months there with an average temperature of 14°C (57°F), whereas the summer’s heat averages 38°C (100°F).

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1 COMMENT

  1. Sand dunes with some frostyness. Tell ya what, get in one of those saucer shaped snow sleds, and try going down some dunes. I bet that would be a fun way to enjoy it more?
    Back in the 70s, we’d go down some sand dunes using cardboard boxes, and it was alot of fun. As little kids we used cafeteria trays in the snow, and slide down yard slopes. You have to watch out for the snow snakes.

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