Top 10 Coldest Places on Earth
Some parts of the world have extreme climates that make it difficult for human habitation. This article will expose to you places with the lowest temperature on Earth. In most of these places there is little or no population at all. For instance one of the coldest temperatures ever recorded was minus 88 degrees C in the Russian research station in Vostok, Antarctica, on July 21, 1983. Inspired from the hot weather, we decided to discus about sub zero temperatures, so who knows, maybe if you are fan of the winter, you might want to visit them, although we don’t recommend.
#1. Oymyakon, Russia
This is the coldest Place in Russia, and considering the fact that the country has some of the harshest winters in the world, you can only imagine how cold this place is. The coldest month of the year if February when the temperature went down to – 71.1 Celsius degrees. A human being can’t stay outside for longer than several minutes. Hair, eyelashes and eyebrows are instantly getting frost and the air so cold it is impossible to breathe normally. The ground there is permanently frozen