We are used to think that Africa is the hottest place on earth especially with Sahara desert covering so much ground. Several places in Africa did manage to get into our list but there are a couple of others which will surprise you. Let’s check some of the locations which can be considered hell on earth.
Death Valley, California, USA
Very lively at night but completely dead during the day, this place is nothing but dry hot desert. It actually holds the record for the hottest air temperature. It has an average temperature of 46 degrees but it has reached 56.7C in 1913 and is considered to be a current record. The driest place in the US and the hottest in the world. Did we mention mysterious moving rocks?
Tirat Zvi, Israel
This place is actually inhabited even though less than a thousand people live there. The hottest temperature in Asia was recorded here in 1942. The summer here шы still very hot and average around 37 degrees. Even though the river is not that far, this region still gets pretty hot.
Tunisia’s close location to Medditerean sea suggests that it should be nice and cool but Kebili is a desert town which has the highest temperature recorded at 55 degrees. The people inhabiting the area have adjusted to harsh conditions and learned to spend most of their time in the shade. Date palms are one of the key features of this place.