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In this place back in 1913, was recorded the highest temperature in the world: July 10, not far from the tiny town of Furnace Creek thermometer showed 57 degrees Celsius. Naturally, such a temperature in the Death Valley is rather rare than a rule. Death Valley national park in the US is still very popular although its average temperature forces many tourists to think several times before heading out to explore the National Park Service, which since the days of the Gold Rush gained notoriety: during a day in the summer months, the air in the vicinity of the Great Basin warms up to +46 degrees Celsius. A night in the Death Valley national park brings a little relief: temperature after sunset falls only to 31 degrees in the Mojave.

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