The Coldest City in the World and Other Extremely Chill Places

People live in the coldest places. Imagine taking a walk when the temperature outside is −71.2 °C (or −96.2 °F). That’s the coldest recorded temperature in the Russian village of Oymiakon. Russia is also home to the world’s coldest large city, Yakutsk, where temperatures can drop to –55 °C (–67 °F) during the winter. We’ve found 10 videos about life in 7 freezing places around the world – most of them in Russia.

Crazy Experiments at -54°C in Yakutsk, Russia

Crazy Experiments at -54°C in Yakutsk, Russia

How Cold Is Too Cold? A Frosty Street Interview in Yakutsk, Russia

How Cold Is Too Cold? A Frosty Street Interview in Yakutsk, Russia

A Tiny Home in Antarctica

A Tiny Home in Antarctica

Visiting Verkhoyansk, Russia, During Wintertime, -47°C

Visiting Verkhoyansk, Russia, During Wintertime, -47°C

An Australian Visits Oymyakon, Russia – The Coldest Town in the World

An Australian Visits Oymyakon, Russia – The Coldest Town in the World

A Trip to the Coldest City in the World, Yakutsk

A Trip to the Coldest City in the World, Yakutsk

Warmest Tent on Earth – Nenets Pitching in the Siberian Arctic Winter

Warmest Tent on Earth – Nenets Pitching in the Siberian Arctic Winter

A Typical Day at the McMurdo Station, Antarctica

A Typical Day at the McMurdo Station, Antarctica

America’s Most Northern Town, Utqiagvik/Barrow in Alaska

America’s Most Northern Town, Utqiagvik/Barrow in Alaska

Longyearbyen, Svalbard – What’s Life Like in the World’s Northernmost Town?

Longyearbyen, Svalbard – What’s Life Like in the World’s Northernmost Town?

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