The earth witnesses all sought of weather conditions from the chilling cold to the harsh summer heat. But there are some places where there is hardly any weather variations round the year. Antarctica remains invariably cold the whole year while there are some places which don’t get a respite from the hot and dry weather conditions.
It is difficult to imagine places where the temperature crosses the 100 degrees mark! Well but these places do exist and there are multiple such regions on the earth. For your reference, here’s a list of some of the hottest places in the world:
Al’Aziziya in Libya is the hottest known place on the face of the earth as the highest recorded temperature of this place is 136.4 degrees F. With the maximum recorded temperature of 134 degrees F, Death Valley in USA is the second hottest place on the planet followed by Ghadames in Libya and Kebili in Tunisia.
With a highest recorded temperature of 130.1 degrees F, Timbuktu in Mali is also amongst the hottest places on earth. Araouane in Mali too has experienced this temperature range while some other hottest places in the world are Tirat Zvi in Israel, Ahvaz in Iran, Aghajari in Iran and Wadi Halfa in Sudan.