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10 hottest place on Earth

Updated on April 10, 2016

The town of Dallol in Afar Depression, Ethiopia, holds the record for the average temperature in the highest. From 1960 to 1966, the average temperature of Dallol is 34.5° C, mean temperature does not change between the seasons. The highest Daytime temperature regularly greater than 38 degrees Celsius in all months.
Dallol is in areas with active volcanoes. The heat seemed to come from all sides, the sun burned at the top and spray hot minerals up from under the ground. Photo: Wiki Commons.

Tirat Zvi is a land settlement in the Valley of Beit She'an, Israel. The Sun constantly burning here in the summer months. In June 1942, Tirat Zvi reached its highest temperature compared to other areas in Asia is 53.8 degrees c. to avoid hot, people often take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool and planting trees around the House to create shade. Photo: Kinneret Yifrah/Flickr.

The city of Timbuktu, Mali sits at the crossroads of ancient trade routes across the Sahara desert. Desertification is the main concern is Timbuktu, when the great sand dunes gradually covered all over the city. The temperatures here are very high, the highest level ever recorded is 54.4 degrees Celsius. Photo: Emilio Labrador/Flickr.

Kebili, an oasis in Central Tunisia, is where people frequent to avoid heat because of the Palm trees create shade and water sources. But Kebili was one of the highest temperature in Africa. The highest temperature ever recorded in Kebili about 55 degrees c. Photo: Dennis Jarvis/Flickr.

Rub ' al Khali desert, sand covered repeatedly in the world, accounting for about 1/3 of the Arab peninsula. This is the area comprising the territory of the country: Saudi Arab, Oman, Yemen and The United Arab Emirates (UAE). The desert climate of Rub ' al Khali is very hot and dry, the highest temperature ever recorded in 56.1 degrees c. Photo: Nepenthes/WikiMedia.

On 13/9/1922, a weather station in El Azizia, Libya recorded the highest temperature ever measured on Earth is 58 degrees c. This record be kept for 90 years until the World Meteorological Organization announced this metric is not valid in 2012.
Although the record temperature of El Azizia has been removed, but this area has the ability to set a new record due to frequent temperature is higher than 48.9 degrees Celsius in the summer months. Photo: David Stanley/flickr.

Death Valley is located on the Mojave Desert, California, United States of America, is hot and dry areas for North America. In 2012, the World Meteorological Organization recognized Death Valley is where holds the record for the highest temperature measured directly by 56.7 degrees Celsius.
Death Valley is famous for the mysterious moving rocks, leave traces on the ground. Photo: Discovery News.

The Flaming mountains are located in the region of the Tian Shan mountains, Xinjiang, China. Although no weather stations to measure the temperature directly, but a satellite of U.s. air and Space Agency (NASA) the measurement of the surface temperature in here about 66.7 degrees C in 2008. Photo: Clemson/Flickr.

Australia is the driest inhabited continent in the world. In 2003, Australia going on particularly severe drought caused by the El Nino phenomenon. NASA satellite to measure ground temperature in Queensland about 69.2 degrees c. Photo: Rob & Stephani

Dasht-e Lut, Iran or Lut desert is the hottest place on Earth. The area is very arid and desolate. NASA space satellite ever measured was the highest temperature here is 70.7 degrees C in 2005.

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