A list of some of the world’s hottest countries in regards to temperature.
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Have you ever wanted to know what are the hottest countries in the world are right now. Hi my name is Paul and I live in Australia. As an Australian, we are coming into our hottest part of the year summer, which means some days over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. I like summer here in Australia but not when it gets too hot if you know what I mean.
If you think it gets hot in your country, spare a thought for some of the hottest places in the world.
Below is a list of some of the hottest spots in the world. How would you feel if you lived in one of these cities
The Top 5 Hottest Places On Earth
Place Country Temperature
- Al’Aziziyah Libya 136.4
- Greenland Ranch, Death Valley United States 134.0
- Ghudamis 131.0
- Kebili Tunisia 131.0
- Timbouctou Mali 130.1
If you lived in any one of these countries, how would you feel? I know I would be feeling the heat
1. Al’Aziziyah, Libya
Al’ Aziziyah is located in Northwest Libya. In 2009 the city has a population of over 300,000 people. How would you you like to be one of them. On September the 13th 1922, the highest temperature was recorded at 136F
2. Greenland Ranch, Death Valley, United States
Greenland Ranch, or better known as Death Valley is located in South West, Untited States. It is known to be the lowest, driest and hottest part of North America. The hottest temperature recorded, (see list above) was on the 10th of July 1913 at Furnace Creek, During that heatwave in 1913, there were five consecutive days of 129F or above. Gee I’m glad I don’t live there.
Ghudamis is known as an oasis town on the west of Libya. Boy oh boy Libya sounds like a hot place. Ghudamis has a population of 7000
Kebili is a desert town located in central Tunisia, Africa. Another oasis town, it is the forth hottest place in the world with the hottest day ever recorded at 131F
Timbouctou is located in West Africa in the country Mali. The city has a population of 31,000 and was settled in the 10th century . The city recorded the 5th highest temperature reading of 130.1
If you live in the Southern part of the world and are coming into summer, have a thought for the people of these places and what they have to endure every year!!