The world coldest city where snow is 365

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The world coldest city where snow is 365

The world coldest city where snow is 365 |The coldest city in the world where freezing snow is 270 days a year. The northern hemisphere is currently cold and cold with daylight dimming, but weather in Russia’s city of Norilsk is generally not visible in other cities, where residents do not see sunlight until mid-January and it is also called the coldest city in the world. It is one of the two Siberian cities that freeze year-round, and in winter, more than 75,000 residents experience an average of 61 degrees Celsius. Overall the temperature throughout the year is minus 10C, which is why it is also called the coldest city because the average temperature in Yakutsk, another city in Siberia, is higher. Then there is snow and the city is covered by snow for 270 days a year, and every 3 days, residents face a snowstorm. The city is completely cut off from the world, every city in the world with a population of over one million or more, Norilsk is in the extreme north and despite the large area, there are no roads.

The city is located 1800 miles from Moscow, and it is possible to reach here by plane or boat and it is so isolated from the rest of the world that its inhabitants often call Russia the mainland. But beyond that, there is plenty of tourism in the city, public transport, cafes, art galleries, a large cinema, and other modern amenities, while newcomers are constantly coming here to stay, which is a good income. Because the city has reserves of platinum, nickel, and palladium and is also considered as the richest city in Russia. They are very precious metals and their mining income is also very good, while the majority of the company is owned by a company whose revenue is equal to 2% of Russia’s GDP. It is also one of the most polluted cities in the world as well as the earliest cities in the world. Vegetables do not get fire due to this, while residents are prevented from eating berries or mushrooms etc. Content is present.

As a result of mining, some time ago the river water flowing near here also turned red. By the way, the people here live off the cold weather and the pollution and make it beautiful wherever they like to move. Well, the coldest village in the world is also in the region where the average temperature in January is minus 50 degrees Celsius and the eyelids freeze as the four walls exit. Pipes are not installed here because homes are afraid of freezing, vehicles are always running so that petrol does not freeze. This is Omyakon, located in the Russian state of Siberia, where in early 2018 the temperature-sensitive electronic thermometer exploded at a negative 62 degrees Celsius.