World’s top ten coldest places that will chill you to bones!

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There are extreme places on Earth. There are some very hot places and then there are the coldest places too, which are bone-chilling. Temperatures below freezing point are a regular in these places. Check out this list of the ten coldest places on Earth which you should visit only if you are a dare-devil!

10) Rogers Pass, Montana, USA

Rogers Pass is the location of the coldest temperature ever recorded in the United States outside of Alaska. On January 20, 1954, a low temperature of −70 °F (−57 °C) was recorded during a severe cold wave.

9) Fort Selkirk, Yukon, Canada

In 1950 this place was deserted because of extreme cold conditions. The coldest month is January and the lowest temperature is -74 °F.

8) Prospect Creek, Alaska, USA

Prospect Creek is a very small settlement approximately 180 miles north of present day Fairbanks and 25 miles southeast of present day Bettles, Alaska. The record low temperature of −80 °F (−62 °C) was recorded.

7) Snag, Yukon, Canada

Snag is a village located on a small, dry-weather sideroad off the Alaska Highway 25 km south of Beaver Creek, Yukon, Canada. The weather is chilly and freezing, the coldest month is January and the lowest temperature recorded is -81.4 °F.

6) Eismitte, Greenland

This place is on the interior Arctic side of Greenland, it has ice everywhere and therefore it is rightfully called Mid-Ice or Centre-Ice. The coldest temperature recorded during the expedition was −64.9 °C (−85 °F).

5) North Ice, Greenland

This is the fifth coldest place in the world. The lowest temperatures recorded are -86.8F and -66C. It was once a research station.

4) Verkhoyansk, Russia

Verkhoyansk is one of the places considered the northern Pole of Cold. The lowest temperature recorded there, in February 1892, was −69.8 °C (−93.6 °F).

3) Oymyakon, Russia

In 1924, Russian scientist Sergey Obrychev registered the lowest temperature −71.2 °C (−96.2 °F) recorded at Oymyakon’s weather station. This is the lowest recorded temperature for any permanently inhabited location on Earth.

2) Plateau Station, Antarctica

Plateau Station, an inactive American research recorded the coldest month to be July, with lowest naturally recorded temperature as -119.2.

1) Vostok, Antarctica

Vostok Station, a Russian Antarctic research station has coldest month in August where the lowest reliably measured natural temperature on Earth is −89.2 °C (−128.6 °F).