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Top 5 Coldest Countries In The World Now

Here are the coldest countries in the world where you can get a full idea about what are the top coolest countries in the world right now.


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Canada is the fifth coldest country in the world, bounded by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Arctic Ocean in the north, and the United States in the south.

Western ocean winds, fresh-water glaciers in there, and latitude contribute to Canada's cold climate. The lowest temperature ever recorded in Canada was -63 Celsius, had reported from Takhin. This place has an elevation of over 1,000 km.

Once Canada has snowed, the northern part of the country is likely to be covered all year long with ice, and in the middle of the country, it may be covered for about five months.


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Bounded by the Greenland Sea in the east, the Atlantic, and Arctic Oceans in the north, the Iceland and Labrado Sea in the south, Canada is the fourth coldest country in the world. Greenland borders Canada with the Baffin Bay and becomes the world's largest island.

The northern parts of Greenland get too cold while the Atlantic Ocean meets the Arctic Ocean in the northern part of Greenland. The lowest temperature ever recorded in Greenland was -65 Celsius and which had recorded from Eismitte, 3000 meters above sea level, which is about.

The melting of glaciers in Greenland, located in the Northern Hemisphere, is one of the major causes of rising sea levels in the world. The position of the ground may change during the snowy season.


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World's largest country is the third coldest country in the world. It is bordered Antarctica by the Arctic Ocean in the north, Canada by the Pacific Ocean in the east, several European countries in the west, and Mongolia and Kazakhstan in the south.

The coldest temperature ever recorded in Russia is -67.7 Celsius, and it had recorded from Oymyakon. Oymyakon is a region in the eastern part of Russia. It is located at an altitude of 745m above sea level with an average temperature of 12 Celsius.

Russia, located in the Northern Hemisphere, is known as the 'non-sunset country' when one part is experiencing warming. The other part will experience snow.

United States

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The United States is the second coldest country in the world, bordering Canada to the north, the Atlantic to the east, the Pacific to the west, Mexico to the south, and several other islands.

Alaska, where the coolest Mount McKinley located, is a state in the United States, which had experienced the lowest temperature in the United States. The ever recorded the lowest temperature in Alaska is -70 Celsius.

Alaska and Washington are two standard states to have glaciers in the United States, and those are experiencing a cold climate daily.


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Antarctica is not a country but a continent. The continent where the geographic South Pole, is the coldest one in the world. This is due to not having direct sunlight.

The lowest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica was -97C. It looks like a different planet because it shows separate topography compared to the rest of the Earth.

Except for about 1 percent of the continent, the rest of the year is covered with snow. It is the site of researching human settlements around the world.

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