Photos of 10 Countries With Unusual Temperature Of 55 Degrees Celsius And Above

In many countries there are unusual temperature that sometimes reaches 50 degrees celsius and above.

Let us look at countries where the heat is always very much.
Thirteen Zvi, Israel- Trivia Zvi's small kibbutz claimed the warmest temperatures on record in Asia - in June 1942 it reached 54 degrees Celsius. Even in less hot days, it hits the average temperature of 37 degrees.
Wadi Halfa, Sudan- During the year, there is almost no rain in the Wadi Halfa, a winding city located on the banks of Lake Nabi in Saudi. June is the hottest month, with average temperature of 41 degrees - the warmest temperature recorded in April, 1967 was 53 degrees.
Timbuktu, Mali- On the south side of Sahara, the city remains warm even in winter, reaching an average of 30 degrees in January. The warmest temperature recorded was 49 degrees.
Dasht e loot, Iran - The desert plateau is the hottest ground temperature in the world.The measurement made between 2003 and 2009 was found to be 70.7 degrees. Needless to say, the area is exiled. No one can live here.
Ghadames, Libya-This oasis is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the middle of the desert, which is known for its prestigious huts made from clay. It helps save 7,000 residents from intense heat. Known as the pearl of the desert and reaches an average of 40 degrees. The temperature of 55 degrees has been recorded once.
Kebili, Tunisia- This desert city is known for its finest date palm, which do not pay attention to the average temperature of 40 degrees during summer. The highest temperature on record is 55 degree Celsius.
Death Valley, California- The name of Death Valley is currently the record of the warmest temperature of the air. In the summer of 1913, the desert valley reached 56.7 degrees Celsius, which was clearly a threat to the boundaries of human existence. During the summer, the average temperature today reaches 47 degrees, and it is the driest place in the US states.
Dallol, Ethiopia - In this hydro thermal field with salt structures, hot springs, and gas geysers, the average daily temperature was recorded at 41 degree from 1960 to 1966. These emerging numbers mean that it has the highest average temperature anywhere on Earth.
Bandar-e-Mahshahar, Iran- Bandar-e-Mahshahar recorded a heat of 74 degrees in July 2015. First recorded temperature was 51 degrees.
Aziziyah, Libya- In 1922, 25 miles south of Tripoli, the former capital of Jaffra district, claimed the title of the hottest place on Earth - the temperature was 58 degrees. However, in 2012 it was removed from its title when the meteorologist declared it invalid due to many factors, with the fact that the person who recorded it was inexperienced. However, the city still has a temperature of more than 48 degrees on a regular basis.