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Welcome to Oymyakon, Russia (33 pics)

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Russian town of Oymyakon is the world's coldest inhabited place. It's also cold "Pole of Cold." In February 1933, a temperature of -67.7°C, or -90°F, was recorded at the weather station there.

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№1 Author: hmx (20 Feb 2013 05:40) Total user comments: 435


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Un lugar muy frio sin duda.
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№2 Author: rusboris (20 Feb 2013 05:41) Total user comments: 458


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Brrrrrr
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№3 Author: capt.huffnpuff (20 Feb 2013 07:18) Total user comments: 2801


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#1 is ironic. A "walk" signal when its too cold to be outdoors walking! :03:
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№4 Author: quackers (20 Feb 2013 11:51) Total user comments: 4830


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#28 is only reason to visit,.,.
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№5 Author: fairmania (20 Feb 2013 13:36) Total user comments: 1436


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The moment the poor diver in pic 9 discovers it was a hoax call.

How tough have you got to be to dive under the ice in those temperatures?

That is BIG kahunas territory!
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№6 Author: mahedi (20 Feb 2013 16:04) Total user comments: 10772


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Its really cool
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№7 Author: Gi-Joe (20 Feb 2013 16:58) Total user comments: 960


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I will never complain about the temps here again.
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№8 Author: rusboris (20 Feb 2013 20:11) Total user comments: 458


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Gi-Joe, at least for today, right?
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№9 Author: Lu (20 Feb 2013 22:25) Total user comments: 15082


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Betcha they do not take vodka with ice.
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№10 Author: vanel911 (21 Feb 2013 00:56) Total user comments: 430


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This can't be healthy..... :77:
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№11 Author: Pedro_Sanchez (21 Feb 2013 01:49) Total user comments: 119


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I was reading that they have to keep there cars on 24/7 for fear of the engines freezing if they stop running. Also only source of power is by a fuel burning power station, if deliveries of fuel do not arrive the town is left without power for sometimes days
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№12 Author: buset46 (1 Mar 2013 21:42) Total user comments: 431


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if it's inhabited, then why are there people??
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