The weather is gradually changing – is the time to observe the coldest places in the world still inhabited? People in places like Verkhoyansk and Yakutsk (in Russia) have a really different life than me and you, especially in the winter. Drivers in these two cities often leave their cars outside the parking lot for hours while going shopping and doing some errands, and they get used to warming up the ” fat. ” frozen “with a torch.
Despite being recognized as the coldest place in the world , even in the winter, there are tens of degrees of negative places, but these 8 lands are still inhabited and worked by thousands of people until the end. now. The lowest temperature ever recorded was minus 128.6 degrees Fahrenheit ( minus 70 degrees Celsius ) at the Russian research station in Vostok, Antarctica on July 21, 1983. Here are eight of the coldest places in the world. but still people live.
1. Snag, Canada
Located in the Yukon territory, Snag Village is one of the coldest destinations in Canada in the valley of the White River. Snag recorded a record low of minus 81 degrees Fahrenheit ( minus 27 degrees Celsius ) was recorded on February 3, 1947 and a village in Snag had only about 8-10 people. That’s the lowest recorded temperature on the North American continent. The average temperature in Snag is highest 32 degrees F (0 degrees C) and the lowest is 10 degrees F (minus 12 degrees C). The extreme temperature of -63 ° C makes it difficult for many meteorologists to work here.
2. Barrow, Alaska
Barrow, Alaska is a city located 2,000 km south of the North Pole and more than 500 km north. The small cities of 4581 are built on frozen soil up to 396 meters (1,300 feet) deep and experience winters with extremely cold temperatures and freezing temperatures. Here, the sun sets in late November and only reappears until the end of January. Even during the summer days there is still cold air. By June, everything just started to freeze and the average temperature in the summer is 3 degrees Celsius.
3. Hell, I’m sorry
Hell, Norway is known for its combination with subarctic temperatures. In January 2016, the average temperature in Hell was about 25 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 4 degrees Celsius). The population here is 1,500 people, in recent years there have been many visitors to Hell to visit and witness and feel this coldness. Usually, one third of the year ( from December to March ), this place freezes everything. For people living in Hell, -4 degrees Celsius is considered ” cool weather “.
4. Yakutsk, Russia
Yakutsk City of Yakutia, Russia is considered the coldest city in the world. Yakutsk is located in the far east of Russia, near the southern Arctic Circle. In the winter, “warm” days are usually around -40 ° C, and on cooler days the temperature will drop to around -64 ° C. By September, everything here was frozen and lasted until the end of May. Despite the extreme weather conditions, the city of Yakutsk still has a large population of 270,000 people, equivalent to 1 / 4 population of the whole Siberia region. The temperature between winter and summer in Yakutsk has a huge difference, so it requires people here have to endure and endure the constant fluctuations of the weather to be able to live. In summer, the temperature is often over 30 ° C. People in the city of Yakutsk, really endure very cold weather very well.