Hottest Place in the World
There are many cool places in the World. But here we are giving some information about the Hottest Place in the World.
- Death Valley
California’s Death Valley holds the record for the highest reliably reported air temperature in the world, 56.7 C in July, 1913. In midsummer the desert region averages around 47 C and is the driest place in the US.
Drive 40km south of Tripoli and you will arrive at AI-Aziziyah, where on September 13, 1922- the world experienced its hottest air temperature ever recorded 57.8 C. One of which was that record keeper on that day was not the usual employee but an inexperienced observer
- Dasht-e Lut
In 2004 and 2005 this desert plateau recorded the year’s highest surface temperature, cracking the 70 C barrier. Coupled with the heat, the Dash-e Lut vies with Chile’s Atacama Desert for the title of the world’s direst spot, and across a large area of the central Lut not a single creature survives, even bacteria.
- Rub’aI Khali
The Largest continuous sand desert in the world, the Rub’ aI Khali covers about a third of the Arabian Peninsula, an area that includes Saudi Arabia, Oman. High temperatures have been recorded at 133 degree.
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