What is the coldest continuously inhabited area on Earth?

What is the coldest continuously inhabited area on Earth?

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

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What is the coldest continuously inhabited area on Earth?

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· Vladivostok, Russia

· Oymyakon, Russia

The average winter temperatures in Oymyakon, Russia hover around minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit. Ironically, the name of this remote village means "unfrozen water." It got its name from a thermal spring located nearby. The location was traditionally used as the watering hole for local reindeer herders. The locals, when asked how they deal with the cold, generally credit their tolerance of the low temperatures to "Russki chai," which means vodka. Source: SmithsonianMag.com

· Brønlundhus, Greenland

· Pyramiden, Norway