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Vladivostok Shrouded in Dense Summer Fog

Vladivostok is a large city and seaport located in the Russian Far East, on the peninsula Muraviev-Amur and islands in Peter the Great Bay, Sea of ​​Japan.

The climate in the city is monsoon. One of its characteristics is the formation of dense fog that can envelop the city for several days. Up to 90% of foggy days are registered from April to August.

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The total annual number of days with fog may vary considerably in Vladivostok. The largest number (135) was registered in 1966, the smallest (65) – in 1949.

Fog can appear over the city at any time of the day, but the likelihood of it increases in the evening. Photos by: Sergey Orlov.

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