Hottest Temperature Ever earth

 The hottest places in the world, the hottest temperature ever recorded on earth is an area in El Azizia, Sahara on 13 September 1922 is at 57.8 ° C (136 ° F). The number is recorded by the local meteorological station. Previous hottest temperature at 56.7 ° C (134 ° F) are in Death Valley, California on July 10, 1913. From July 6 until August 17, 1917 for 43 consecutive days in Death Valley temperatures are above 48 ° C (120 ° F). Even so, where on earth it was the driest in the Atacama desert, which actually has quite a lot of water content, which only receives an average rainfall per year 0.01 cm. Several locations in the Atacama desert never even rain for 400 years! But some new facts to say that the driest places in the world is located on the Antarctic continent, where the last time this continent received rainfall is a few million years ago.

Not only in El Azizia and Death Valley course, extreme hot temperatures also have occurred in several places dibelahan world are:
Hottest temperature ever happened in Cloncury, Australia. The temperature reached 53.1 'C, on January 16, 1889.
Hottest temperature ever happening in the city of Seville, Spain. The temperature reached 50'C on August 4, 1981.

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