Top 10 Of The World’s Coldest Places 

03/DECEMBER /2023


The interior of Antarctica is the coldest place on Earth, with temperatures reaching as low as -128.6 degrees Fahrenheit (-89.2 degrees Celsius) at the Soviet Union's Vostok Station in 1983. 

East Antarctica Plateau:

This vast region in Antarctica is known for its extreme cold. It includes places like Dome Fuji and Dome Fuji 2, where temperatures can drop below -120 degrees Fahrenheit 

North Ice, Greenland:

Located in the northern part of Greenland, this research station experiences frigid temperatures, with lows that can reach around -87 degrees Fahrenheit (-66 degrees Celsius). 

Oymyakon,  Russia:

Oymyakon, a rural locality in the Sakha Republic of Russia, is often considered one of the coldest inhabited places on Earth. It has recorded temperatures as low as -96.2 degrees Fahrenheit 

Verkhoyansk, Russia:

Another extremely cold Siberian town, Verkhoyansk, has experienced temperatures as low as -93.6 degrees Fahrenheit  

Barrow (Utqiaġvik), Alaska, USA: 

The northernmost city in the United States, Barrow (now known as Utqiaġvik), experiences frigid temperatures, with lows reaching around -56 degrees Fahrenheit 

Yellowknife, Canada:

Located in Canada's Northwest Territories, Yellowknife is known for its bitterly cold winters, with temperatures dropping to around -40 degrees Fahrenheit 

Fairbanks,  Alaska, USA:

Fairbanks, Alaska, experiences extremely cold temperatures during the winter months, with lows often reaching -40 degrees Fahrenheit 

Dudinka, Russia:

Dudinka, a town in Russia's Krasnoyarsk Krai, has recorded temperatures as low as -53.2 degrees Fahrenheit  

Eureka, Canada:

Eureka, a research station on Ellesmere Island in Canada's Nunavut territory, is one of the coldest places inhabited year-round. Temperatures can drop below -40 degrees Fahrenheit