The climate of Calais (France)
Calais is a port in the north-west of France and of course mainly
known for its ferry-service to England. Many people forget though that
the town of Calais has really something to offer. The beautiful
town-hall square has a number of sights worth visiting, such as, for
instance, the group of statues “the six citizens of Calais” by Rodin.
The average weather in Calais is just as the weather in Holland,
although the temperature is mostly just a little bit higher and it
rains less often there. The town of Calvi is situated in the
north-west of Corsica and is the birthplace of the explorer Columbus.
This little village used to be a fishing-village but now lives almost
entirely on tourism. The climate of Calvi is mediterranean. From the
month of July there is almost no rain anymore and the temperature
rises considerably. The winters are reasonably mild although it does
freeze a few days a year. In the spring and the autumn it can
sometimes rain heavily. Corsica is known for its violent, heavy
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