Highest Temperature in Europe
Athens is not only the largest city of Greece but also the hottest place in Continent of Europe. It is among the world’s oldest cities and capital of Greece. On 10 July 1977 temperature of 48 C was recorded in Athens which is the highest in European Continent. Although Athens is hot destination of all type of tourists yet its temperature sometimes become unbearable.
This city is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and one of the best tourism spots in Europe.
Athens Hottest Place in Europe Facts
- Country: Greece
- Population: 3 million
- Highest Temperature: 48 C
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