If you believe that winter has as of now in your city, pictures from Oymyakon, Russia, the coldest town on Earth, may alter your opinion. With the most reduced temperature of −71.2 °C (−96 °F), recorded in 1924, and the normal for January being – 50°C (- 60°F), this town is the coldest for all time occupied place on this planet. New Zealand-based picture taker Amos Chapple chose to go on a two-day travel from Yakutsk, the coldest real city on Earth, to catch what regular day to day existence resembles in Oymyakon.
“I was wearing slim pants when I initially ventured outside into – 47 °C (- 52°F). I felt like the icy was physically holding my legs, the other amazement was that once in a while my spit would solidify into needles that would prick my lips”, the picture taker advised to weather.com.
The picture taker reviews that the hardest thing was not the frosty itself, but rather that his camera’s concentration and zoom rings would incidentally solidify set up.
The Central Market In Yakutsk is full of fish and meat as the crops do not grow there
This is the only route to Oymyakon
Washrooms are built outside, because this temprature makes it impossible to build indoor plumbing
Local farmers keeps their cows in this barn to provide them warmness at night
This is only shop in Oymyakon where villagers get everything they need
Cars can parked only in heated garage or left outside with engine On, otherwise it wont start
This Coal Heating plant keep the village warm
Wanna visit this village????