65 Days The Sun Does Not Rise, Blood Freezes; Humans Live Here Too

During the winters, many people travel to snow-capped regions of northern India.65 days the sun does not rise, blood freezes
65 Days The Sun Does Not Rise, Blood Freezes; Humans Live Here Too
65 Days The Sun Does Not Rise, Blood Freezes; Humans Live Here Too


Those who have traveled that way know how difficult that journey can be. But have you ever thought about people living in colder areas than that? There are many places in the world where even ice water needs to be melted. People in such places follow strange lifestyles for survival. Many such places are worth a visit. 

Let's get acquainted with some of the coldest places in the world.

1. Omayakon, Russia

In Russia, Omahkon is located near the Arctic Circle. It is one of the coldest populated areas on earth. The temperature in this small town of about 500 people drops to minus 50 degrees Celsius by January. The lowest temperature recorded here was in 1933 when the temperature dropped to minus 90 degrees Celsius that year.

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2. Vostok, Antarctica

Vostok is located at a distance of 1000 km from the South Pole. It is home to the most secluded research station in the world. The region, inhabited by only a few researchers, is amazingly dry and cold, with temperatures hovering around minus 129 degrees Celsius. During the long stretches of May to August, the sun doesn't sparkle here, and in the season after that, the sun shines for about 22.9 hours each day. Human life here is almost impossible due to such strange phenomena.

3. Nursultan, Kazakhstan

The temperature in the winter ranges from minus 30-35 degrees Celsius. Nursultan, with people around 8,000,000, is the second coldest capital city in the world. Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia, is considered to be the coldest capital city in the world.

4. Utkagwik, Alaska

Located 320 miles north of the Arctic Circle in the United States, this town was formerly known as Barrow. After the sun sets on November 18 or 19, it will be dark only for 65 days. The temperature in the city is below zero degrees for 160 days every year.

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5. Snag, Canada

The snag is a village located 25 km east of Beaver Creek in Yukon, Canada. February 3, 1947, recorded a low of minus 63 degrees Celsius. This is the lowest temperature ever recorded on the North American continent.

CONCLUSION:

The temperature in this small town of about 500 people drops to minus 50 degrees Celsius by January. The lowest temperature recorded here was in 1933 when the temperature dropped to minus 90 degrees Celsius that year. The region, inhabited by only a few researchers, is amazingly dry and cold, with temperatures hovering around minus 129 degrees Celsius.

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