Sixteen people have died due to flooding in Athen and the Greek Prime Minister has declared an official period of mourning.
A further 20 people have been injured due to the flooding, which was prompted by intense rain on Wednesday.
It has most severely affected the towns of Nea Peramos, Mandra and Megara, according to The Telegraph, and has been described as the worst flooding the area has seen in 20 years.
The deputy mayor of Nea Peramos described seeing "millions of tonnes" of water flowing down the mountains and claims roads are destroyed, while 1,000 homes have been flooded.
However the Prime Minister’s office said on Thursday that 87 people have been successfully rescued from difficult positions and the army is working to help those who are homeless.
Take a look at the damage so far in the gallery above