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Where does the Sun shine the most?
In the United States, Yuma, Arizona has a yearly average of 90 percent of sunny days, or more than 4,000 sunny hours per year. St. Petersburg, Florida, is a close second; that city had 768 consecutive sunny days from February 9, 1967 to March 17, 1969. If you were to travel, you would find the eastern end of the Sahara Desert in North Africa the sunniest—the Sun shines there 97 percent of the time.
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