The highest number of victims belongs to the Ahrweiler region in Rhineland-Palatinate with 110 dead people. Meanwhile, 27 people died in Belgium, pushing the death toll to 183 across Europe.
On Sunday, German Chancellor Angela Merkel visited the Schuld village, which was devastated by heavy rainfall.
"We must hurry. We must be faster in the fight against climate change," Merkel said while describing the landscape as "surreal and phantasmagoric."
After heavy floods in Germany, Belgium and Netherlands - now Austria ����
“This is the climate crisis unravelling in one of the richest parts of the world — which for a long time thought it would be “safe”. No place is “safe” any more.”~ @Luisamneubauerpic.twitter.com/Ql41AiM4Q1