As soon as the summers arrive, people are ready to go to the beaches and resorts to chill with their families. But there are some places in the world that will give you warmth even in winter. Make plans before you go to the Middle Eastern regions.
There are instances where the recorded temperatures were above 70 ° C which have not been taken into consideration. Here is the list of the top 10 hottest places that will blow your mind and anything can be shocking. let’s take a look.
10. Death Valley, California, USA
Death Valley is the lowest place in North America because the water surface is low and is also considered the driest place. It is 279 feet (85 m) below sea level, the Badwater Basin on the floor of the Death Valley being the second lowest depression in the Western Hemisphere.
Salt paan in Death Valley is one of the largest in the world which is rich in minerals like borax, various salts and hydrates. On July 10, 1913, the United States recorded a temperature of 134 ° F (56.7 ° C) at the Greenland Ranch in Death Valley. This temperature is the highest ambient air temperature recorded on the Earth’s surface.
9. El-Azizia, Libya
El-Azizia recorded the highest temperature of 56 degrees Celsius (136 degrees Fahrenheit) on September 13, 1922, which was considered the highest temperature on earth ever, but this was controversial. There was a mistake reading temperature from the Weather Station reporter which was later replaced by an experienced professional.
In September 2012, the World Meteorological Department announced that the temperature was found to be invalid. Therefore, El-Azizia now has a temperature record of 56 ° C (132.8 ° F) making it one of the hottest places on Earth.
8. Dolol, Ethiopia
Dallol currently has an official record for record high average temperatures for the inhabited place on Earth, where between 1960 and 1966 an annual average temperature of 35 ° C (95 ° F) was found. This place has extremely hot desert climate of the Danakil Desert.
It is also the hottest place in the whole year. The climate of Danakil is also extremely dry, which makes it hot on its own. Annual average rain days are also very short when measured. As the red sea affects the warm temperature of the drool, it remains in the top 10. Dallol is also famous for the Dolol volcano, which last erupted in 1926.
7. Wadi Halfa, Sudan
Wadi Halafa is a city in the northern state of Sudan on the banks of ‘Lake Nubia’. It is a small town of about 15000 people. Due to the heat, people had to face various diseases that led them to migrate to other cities. Wadi Halfa has long and hot summers and hot and low winters.
The annual average temperature is about 27 ° C. In summer, it rises to 40 ° C. There is no trace of rain that makes the city scarce than water. No wonder people were evicted from such a hot city.
6. Aghajari, Iran
Aghajari is a city and the capital of the Middle District in Aghajari Country, Khuzestan Province, Iran. It had a population of about 13000. Aghari’s climate can be compared to the desert climate, which has long hot summers and mild, low winters.
It exceeded 50 ° C at one point, making it one of the hottest places in the world. Aghajari is consistently one of the hottest places where temperatures reach a minimum of 45 ° C, and once exceeds 50 ° C. This place is very hot for a long stay.
5. Awaz, Iran
Most Iranian cities are hot, Avaz is one such. Awaz is a city and the capital of the district of Avaz in Fars Province, Iran. The population in 2006 is approximately 16000 people within 3300 families. It receives minimum rainfall around 7.5 cm below the average.
Temperatures warm up to 46 ° C, taking another Iranian city to one of the hottest places on Earth. The summers are long and hot, making the winter cold and short. But the nights are really cold, making it an ideal place for couples.
4. Tirat Xavi, Israel
Nearly all the Gulf countries are hot and one such example is Israel’s slang. Tirat Xavi is a religious kibbutz in the Sarat Valley. It is the highest date producer in the entire country of Israel and even with meat processing factories.
On 21 June 1942, Tirat Xavi had a temperature of 53 ° C (129 ° F) which is the record high temperature in Asia and to date. The people of this city are much more creative in terms of avoiding the heat. They immerse themselves in a small pool nearby and surround their house with canopies to live under the shade.