WHS with extremely high or low temperatures, or extreme variations in temperature.
|Lena Pillars||They were produced by the region’s extreme continental climate with an annual temperature range of almost 100 degrees Celsius (from –60 °C in winter to +40 °C in summer). (source: short description UNESCO website)|
|Lut Desert||The region often experiences Earth’s highest land surface temperatures: a temperature of 70.7°C has been recorded within the property. (source: short description UNESCO website)|
|Qinghai Hoh Xil||This extensive area of alpine mountains and steppe systems is situated more than 4,500 m above sea level, where sub-zero average temperatures prevail all year-round. (source: short description UNESCO website)|
|Saryarka||"The characteristic features are aridity and drastic temperature changes (oscillations) over the years, as well as within one year (winter up to about. –40°C, summer up to about. +40°C). Sometimes during spring within 3-6 hours the temperature may drop or rise by 20-25 °C" (nom fil)|
|Tajik National Park||It consists of high plateaux in the east and, to the west, rugged peaks, some of them over 7,000 meters high, and features extreme seasonal variations of temperature. (source: short description UNESCO website)|
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