World’s ten hottest places which will burn you right away!

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Summer is a great time liked by many of us. With the sun out for most part of the day, and the chance to flaunt your cool summer clothes, chilled ice creams, and what would you not enjoy about summer. Summer is a great welcome change after harsh winters. But some places on Earth get so hot that it becomes practically impossible for humans to survive. Below is a list of the hottest places on Earth. Have a look!

  10) Wadi Halfa, Sudan

Highest recorded temperature – 127 degrees F

Situated in the far north of Sudan, on the shores of Lake Nasser, Wadi Halfa is a point of entry for those coming in from Egypt. It is so hot that people shift during harsh summers to other places.

9) Aghajari, Iran

Highest recorded temperature – 128 degrees F

Aghajari is the capital of Aghajari District, in Behbahan County, Khuzestan Province, Iran.  Thanks to the Iran-Iraq War, however, most of the population fled, leaving behind only 14,000.

8) Ahvaz, Iran

Highest recorded temperature – 128.3 degrees F

With a population of 1,425,891, Ahvaz is situated in the middle of Iran’s Khūzestān Province. It is considered a desert, with long, extremely hot summers that often bring sandstorms and dust storms.

7) Tirat zvi, Israel

Highest recorded temperature – 128.7 degrees F

With a population of less than 1,000 people, it is a religious kibbutz in the Beit She’an Valley, west of the Jordan River and the Israel-Jordan border.

6) Araouane, Mali

Highest recorded temperature – 130.1 degrees F

Araouane is a small village in the Malian Sahara, lying over 150 miles north of Timbuktu.

5) Timbuktu, Mali

Highest recorded temperature – 130.1 degrees F

With a population of 54,453, it is the capital of the Timbuktu Region, in the Sahara Desert.

4) Kebili, Tunisia

Highest recorded temperature – 131 degrees F

Kebili is the capital of the Kebili Governorate.

3) Ghadames, Libya

Highest recorded temperature – 131 degrees F

It is an oasis town in south western Libya with a population of about 10,000.

2) Al’Aziziya, Libya

Highest recorded temperature – 136.4* degrees F

This city is the capital of the Jafara district in northwestern Libya, situated just southwest of Tripoli.

1)Death Valley, USA

Highest recorded temperature – 134 degrees F

In 2012,  California’s Death Valley was established as the hottest place on the planet.

 

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