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With winter now behind us, snow and frost are now a distant memory: are you sure, however, that you can complain about the cold you got during last winter?

There are countries where very low temperatures put the inhabitants to the test: in this article we will see the 10 coldest places in the world!

Get ready, just reading will make you want to take a nice blanket!

10th coldest place in the world: MINSK - BELARUS

Minsk is the capital of Belarus and visiting this city in the middle of winter takes all your courage.

The minimum temperature of the winter months is around -20 ° C: visiting this city in the middle of winter is very fascinating for its countless lights!

9th coldest place in the world: HARBIN - CHINA

Harbin is one of the coldest cities in China and the world with average winter temperatures of -24 ° C.

The lowest temperature ever recorded is -42 ° C.

Harbin during the winter is a wonderful city to see: every winter the international festival of ice and snow sculptures is organized.

Furthermore, Harbin is the capital of the winter games in China.

8th coldest place in the world: DUDINKA - RUSSIA

Dudinka is a Russian city located within the Arctic Circle, in Siberia.

During the winter this city has an average temperature of about -27 ° C: the summer is characterized by a mild climate with averages around 14 ° C.

The minimum temperature ever recorded is -56 ° C while the maximum is 33 ° C.

Visiting Dudinka is not easy: in 2001 the Russian government classified it as a closed city as well as other cities in the north.

Access is allowed only to Russian and Belarusian citizens in possession of a special permit: the reason for this decision is that, being a territory rich in mineral resources, there is no desire to have foreign interference.

7th coldest place in the world: ULAANBAATAR - MONGOLIA

Ulaanbaatar is the capital of Mongolia and is home to more than one million inhabitants: thanks to its harsh climate and its altitude (1350 m) Ulaanbaatar wins the coldest capital in the world.

The minimum average temperature during the month of January is -25 ° C: the minimum ever recorded is -49 ° C while the maximum of 38.6 ° C.

6th coldest place in the world: YELLOWKNIFE - CANADA

Located in the north-west of Canada about 500 km from the Arctic Circle, Yellowknife during the winter has temperatures that touch the -32 ° C with highs of -21 ° C.

The coldest temperature ever recorded is -51 ° C.

In 2014 Yellowknife was named the coldest city in Canada.

5th coldest place in the world: ASTANA - KAZAKHSTAN

Astana is the capital of Kazakhstan: it has a very difficult climate due to very cold winters and very hot summers.

During the winter the average temperature is about -35 ° C: cold that is felt even more due to the strong icy winds that hit the city.

The lowest temperature ever recorded is -51.6 ° C.

In summer the average temperatures are around 33 ° C.

4th coldest place in the world: YAKUTSK - RUSSIA

With the top four coldest places in the world we begin to witness truly hellish conditions whose mere thought is sure to make you shiver.

Yakutsk is a city of about 300,000 inhabitants, during the winter the average temperatures are around -43 ° C: the lowest temperature ever recorded is -75.5 ° C!

During the summer, the climate is mild with average temperatures around 19 ° C.

3rd coldest place in the world: VERCHOYANSK - RUSSIA

This city is in the Guinness Book of Records for temperature range: with temperaturand lows around -47.7 ° C and maximums exceeding 35 ° C.

The lowest temperature ever recorded was -68.8 ° C.

2nd coldest place in the world: OYMYAKON - RUSSIA

One of the coldest cities in the world is Oymyakon: the lowest temperature ever recorded is -69.9 ° C.

If you are one of those brave travelers and lovers of extreme adventures, you should know that tours of up to five people are organized during the winter period to visit these frozen places.

During the month of March, on the other hand, the “pole of cold” festival is organized: the number of tourists is higher due to the (so to speak) more bearable temperatures, around -30 ° C.

Tomtor in a shot by Maarten Takens

COLDEST PLACE IN THE WORLD: TOMTOR - RUSSIA

Tomtor is the coldest city in the world, in February 2013 a temperature of -71.2 ° C!

To celebrate the record in the center of the main square an obelisk was erected with the temperature written.


Video: 10 Coldest Places In The World (June 2022).


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