Known as the coldest inhabited place on Earth, with record temperatures dropping below -60°C (-76°F).
Located on the East Antarctic Ice Sheet, it holds the record for the lowest temperature ever recorded on Earth, reaching -89.2°C (-128.6°F).
Situated in the northernmost part of Alaska, it experiences extremely cold temperatures during winter, with averages around -17.8°C (0°F).
Another Siberian town notorious for its frigid climate, with average winter temperatures reaching -45.4°C (-49.7°F).
Located in the Canadian Arctic, it experiences long and bitterly cold winters, with average temperatures around -31.9°C (-25.4°F).
One of the coldest cities in the world, it endures extreme subarctic temperatures, with average winter temperatures dropping below -30°C (-22°F).
Situated in the Northwest Territories, it experiences severe cold winters, with average temperatures below -20°C (-4°F).
Located at the geographic South Pole, it encounters extreme cold throughout the year, with average temperatures below -49°C (-56°F).