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How hot is the hottest place in the world?


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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.

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July 10, 1913. Furnace Creek Ranch in California holds the world record for hottest temperature at 134.1 degrees Fahrenheit

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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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