Hottest Temperature on Earth?

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Death Valley, California set the record for the hottest place on earth July 10, 1913 with a temperature of 134° F (56.7° C).
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The world's hottest temperature recorded on earth up to date is 58 degrees Celsius. This temperature was recorded at El Azizia, Libya, on 13th September in the year 1922. The second hottest recorded temperature was 57 degrees Celsius which was recorded on 10th July 1913 at Death Valley, Calif.
The hottest temperature on earth has reached up to 52°C. The global warming has influenced veryhigh temperatures across the globe.
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The hottest recorded temperature on earth to date is 136°F (58°C) recorded at El Azizia, Libya, on 13th September 1922. El Azizia is near the Sahara desert ...
The Western Hemisphere's highest temperature of 134°F (57°C) was recorded at Death Valley in the USA on 10 July 1913. The world's highest official temperature ...
Death Valley, California set the record for the hottest temperature on Earth in 1913. The temperature reached 134 degrees Fahrenheit. The record was previously ...
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