When the rain two days ago nearly destroyed my private little real-life farmville, I didn't know that it looked that severe in other corners of the city:

Flooding in Vienna - May 13, 2010 from mike borras on Vimeo.


eight comments, already:

ahh rain, i would exchange that with my city any day.. here in hyderabad, pakistan today the temperatures are touching 50 degrees.. i feel like im working inside a stove..
Rapchik - 15 05 10 - 12:39

i live in vienna too since a week and in front of my flat in the 16th district it looked the same as in the video. there was a power outage too. i hope this doesn’t happen more often in vienna? :p
horace - 15 05 10 - 14:13

wow!i never imagined that this happen in vienna!
garixi - 15 05 10 - 15:50

Hopefully it does not get worse than this, not just in Vienna.
hermitC (link) - 15 05 10 - 17:35

@ Rapchik, Hyderabad is in India not in Pakistan, and temperatures are still 47-48 C, 50 is really hot.
kinjel - 16 05 10 - 13:53

In my city in India taht amount of rainfall falls arleast twice every monsoon.
kinjel - 16 05 10 - 13:55

@kinjet, there are two hyderabads.. one in india and one in pakistan.. we in pak touched 50 the other day..
Rapchik - 16 05 10 - 22:23

@Rapchik, I also thought so,both were essentially the same country not so long ago anyway.
kinjel - 17 05 10 - 18:06

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