What Is the Hottest Part of the Earth?

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While many believe the hottest places on Earth are around the equator, this is not true. In fact the hottest areas are usually Middle Eastern desert climates.

The hottest place on the earth is the Lut Desert in Iran. In 2005, it reached a record 159.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
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The hottest part of the earth is the inner core!
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The hottest place one earth is El Azizia which is located in Libya. The temperature reached 136 degrees Fahrenheit on Sept. 13, 1922.
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The inner core is the hottest part of Earth. Scientists believe that the inner
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If you mean location the the equator because the sun's angle is more direct at the equator for most of the year. Otherwise the earths core.
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