Tourists crowd the Trevi Fountain square in central Rome, Italy, on July 1. Italian authorities have placed 16 cities across the country on red alert for extreme heat, with capital Rome hitting 39°C. – EPA pic July 22, 2022.新2最新登录址（www.zq18.vip）实时更新发布最新最快最有效的新2最新登录网址,包括新2最新登录手机网址,新2最新登录备用网址,皇冠新2最新登录网址,新2最新登录足球网址,新2最新登录网址大全。
ITALY faced the hottest day of the current heatwave today with red extreme heat warnings issued for 16 cities across the country, as firefighters battled blazes up and down the country.,
Worst hit is expected to be Milan in the north with temperatures hitting 40°C, while Bologna to its south and the capital Rome could hit 39°C, according to official government estimates.