The 10 Hottest Places On Earth
All of the fun and sunshine that summer brings is something we look forward to all year. While the hot days and muggy nights of summer are familiar to most people, there are other places in the world that are so hot they can’t even be permanently inhabited by humans. In fact, some of these places are actually too hot to be monitored year-round because even thermal equipment cannot withstand their heat. These ten places are so hot that you could not only fry an egg on the ground, but you could probably cook a steak, too.
Tirat Zvi, Israel
Tirat Zvi is a kibbutz in the She’An Valley in Israel, just west of the Israel/Jordan border. The average temperature is 117 F (47.2 C) and is said to have once reached 129 F (53.8 C).
Mali, North Africa
Located between Niger and Mauritania, Mali is home to roughly 15 million people. Temperatures in Mali are said to reach 130 F (54.4 C) during the hot season which is from about February to June.