In the scorching heat, the 4 coldest cities in the world, once visited
Mumbai – Everyone wants to avoid the scorching heat and at this time the scorching heat has started in India. But there are some cities in the world where you will start to feel hot even in extreme cold. There are some cities in the world where the temperature drops so much that you can go numb.
Vostok, Antarctica –
Vostok is located about 1000 kilometers away from the South Pole and scientists work inside this most isolated research center in the world. Vostok is the driest and most hospitable region in the world, with temperatures ranging from minus 129 degrees Celsius!
In winter, there is no sunlight at the station from May to August. But when summer comes, the sunlight falls on Earth for the longest time, 22.9 hours. It is a place where living and living is really impossible.
Harbin, Heilongjiang, China –
Harbin Hall is the capital of Heilongjiang Province. It is home to more than 10 million people. It is also known as Ice City. The city has a maximum of -24 C and a minimum of -42 ° C. Snow and ice festivals are also celebrated in this town.
Oymyakon, Russia –
This village in the Siberian region of Russia is only a few hundred kilometers away from the Arctic Circle. Oymyakon, a village of 500 people, is one of the coldest places on earth. In January, the average temperature here drops to -50 degrees Celsius. The coldest temperature recorded in the region in 1933 was -67.7 degrees Celsius. The winter is so severe that residents park their vehicles in heated garages to avoid turning off the engine.
People here don’t even wear glasses as the frame is frozen on the face. It is impossible to cultivate here, so people here eat reindeer or fish, and even ice cubes made from horse blood with macaroni to keep themselves warm.
Snag, Canada –
Snag is a small village on the Alaska Highway in the Yukon, Canada. January lows were recorded here, with North America having a low of -63 ° C in 1947. It gets so cold here in winter that people usually stay indoors to avoid the cold.