Tourists and locals flock to fountains as Italy’s temperature reaches record high
The Independent says Italy has been hit by a heatwave this week as the south of the country battles wildfires.
Temperatures in Sicily and Calabria, where a UNESCO-listed natural park is under threat, have been particularly quite hot.
Europe is said to have witnessed its highest temperature recorded in history today after Siracusa in Sicily reached +48.8°C.
In Rome, tourists and locals have been captured hunting for fountains to refresh themselves as they cope with the high temperatures.
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