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Nikita Coutinho | 09 Jun 2014 09:57 GMT | Weather, Europe, Heat wave
High pressure has been dominating the weather across central Europe recently, causing the temperartures to soar.
Temperatures continue to soar throughout Europe; in the bid to keep cool people are seen frolicking at public baths.
Children make waves in order to beat the heat, with temperatures peaking at over 33 degrees in Winterthur, Switzerland.
Beaches have been teeming in past days as people take to the coasts to enjoy the warm weather.
More fun in the sun as the heatwave continues- activities based around water continue to be popular.
Sailing boats pack the waters off Wannsee, Berlin as people continue to make the most of the higher temperatures.
As temperatures in France crept over 36 degrees in places, people basked in the glorious sunshine.
Sunglasses reflect the Sacre Coeur basilica in Paris, France.
As the day draws to a close the sun continues to blaze. The heatwave is expected to continue over the next few days.
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