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Rare snowfall hits the Sahara Desert

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Ain Sefra is a small town on the northern edge of the Sahara, the hottest desert in the world, but on Sunday the town's sand dunes were coated with snow after an intense winter storm.

Photographs from local residents showed stunning scenes of vivid orange dunes dusted with snowfall.

This is believed to be only the fourth time snow has fallen on Ain Sefra in northern Algeria in almost 40 years, according to Algerian media reports.

http://abcnews.go.com/International/rare-snowfall-hits-sahara-desert/story?id=52232890

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DebDandelion

Beautiful and rare!

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pallidin

When we see a seasonal ski slope installed in that area...

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