How hot is the hottest place in the world?
According to the World Meteorological Organization, on July 10, 2013, Furnace Creek in Death Valley set the record for the highest recorded temperature on Earth at 134 degrees F or 56.7 degrees C.
July 10, 1913. Furnace Creek Ranch in California holds the world record for hottest temperature at 134.1 degrees Fahrenheit
Dallol, Ethiopia, is arguably the hottest inhabited place on Earth, with a daily maximum temperature of around 41 degrees Celsius or 105.8 Degrees fahrenheit. Death Valley is the hottest place overall. Death Valley, California hosts some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded.
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