A man skis past St Peter's Square.
For anyone not currently in Rome, you can watch live-streamed footage of the snow at the Vatican from their webcams.
Or just enjoy this video of priests having a snowball fight, shared on Twitter by journalist Mustafa Marghadi:
Priestersneeuwballenoorlog op het Sint Pieter. pic.twitter.com/lLyT5B81st— Mustafa Marghadi (@mousmar) February 26, 2018
A panoramic view of the snow-covered city.
Schools were closed in the capital on Monday as the capital was hit by historic levels of snow.
Italian journalist Andrea Bettini described the snowy squares and streets as "scenes from a fairy tale".
A Swiss Guard stands unflinching under the flakes.
Photo: Vincenzo Pinto/AFP
People build a snowman in St Peter's Square.
Snowboarding where chariots once dueled in Rome’s Circus Maximus. pic.twitter.com/N2CoZzrPmY— Christopher Livesay (@cLivesay) February 26, 2018
The Colosseum was another monument to enjoy a wintery makeover.
... and the Forum. Photo: Vincenzo Pinto/AFP
People hurrying through the streets on Monday morning. Photo: Vincenzo Pinto/AFP
Rome's Piazza Venezia. The Altare della Patria is sometimes called the Wedding Cake, and now it's covered in frosting.
A snowy Piazza Navona.
All photos, unless otherwise stated: Tiziana Fabi
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