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Once thought to hold the record for the highest temperature ever directly recorded, El Azizia has since had its record downgraded over questions about its temperatures measurement accuracy. Still, it remains a region famous for its high temperatures that regularly climb over 120 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer.
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Located on the border of Egypt, this Sudanese town has seen temperatures as high as 127 degrees Fahrenheit. The city sometimes has to endure violent dust storms, known as haboobs, caused when moist, unstable air forms thunderstorms in the heat of the afternoon.
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The UNESCO World Heritage site of Ghadames is an oasis town in the middle of a desert. To survive the heat — temperatures that can reach as high as 131 degrees Fahrenheit — the town’s inhabitants live in houses with thick mud walls.
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Death Valley is a famously hot and dry place. On July 10, 1913, the highest air temperature directly recorded of 134 degrees Fahrenheit was here, according to the National Park Service. Located in the Mojave desert, Death Valley is also the driest place in North America.

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