Highest temperature in Asia
Tirat Zvi is the hottest place in Asia where highest temperature of 53.7 C was recorded on 22 June 1942. This small city was located ten km south of the city of Beit Shean, Israel. Tirat Zvi is basically a religion Kibbutz, which means a closed community in Israel chiefly based on agriculture. In 2006 the population of this place was 654.
This place was founded on 30 June 1937 by European Immigrants. It falls under the jurisdiction of Valley of Springs Regional Council.
Hottest Place in Asia Tirat Zvi Facts
- Founded: 1937
- Location: Israel
- Highest Day Time Temprature in Asia: 53.7 centigrade