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Inhabitants of Ufa Rescue from the Heat in the City Fountain
27.07.2011 10:49
Inhabitants of Ufa Rescue from the Heat in the City Fountain

It is the second week of extremely hot weather in Ufa, the column of mercury remains at 34 degrees above zero. According to weather forecasters, such weather wull maintain till the end of the week.


      

The citizens, trying to rescue from the heat, buy up ice-cream and soft drinks in the streets.


      

At the square of Salavat Yulaev beside the fountain hundreds of teenagers were pouring water over their friends and other people with the help of water pistols and plastic bottles. Some children were swimming in the fountain. As the teenagers said, such idea appeared in one of the social web-networks.


      

"We were tired from the heat and rejoiced at this idea, so my friends and I came to the square. Actions like this help to find new friens and have fun",- said one of the teenagers.


      

It is curious that not only teens, but also adults were taking part in this water game.


      

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ria.ru


Tags: Russia Ufa the Urals region Buryatia  

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