7 Hottest Cities in Russia, Some Reach 41 Degrees Celsius. PHOTO/Reuters
Russia is also famous for its winters that reach 0 degrees Celsius. Russia has a fairly long winter compared to a fairly short summer and only in certain months.
Not all Russians like when summer comes. Because when summer comes in Russia, there will be drastic and extreme temperature changes. Here are the 7 hottest cities in Russia:
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Derbent is the first hottest city in Russia. Derbent is a city that was founded in the 4th century BC. According to scientists, this city is also the oldest city in Russia.
For Russians, Derbent is the perfect place to escape the extreme summer. In this city, the temperature during summer reaches more than 35 degrees Celsius.
Yashkul is a small town with a population of less than 8,000 inhabitants. Yashkul is also called the hottest city in Russia. The city experiences high temperatures in summer, which can reach over 30 degrees Celsius and over 25 degrees Celsius at night.
The next hottest city in Russia is Astrakhan, which is south of the beautiful Volga river. The city experiences summer temperatures of over 30 degrees Celsius. While the maximum extreme temperature reaches more than 41 degrees Celsius.
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Then there is the city of Yevpatoria city which is located in the west of Crimea. The city which has a stretch of meadow also turns out to have a hot temperature of more than 30 degrees Celsius. Meanwhile, at night it reaches more than 25 degrees Celsius.