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Title:Visiting the COLDEST CITY in the World (-71°C, -96°F) YAKUTSK / YAKUTIA

If you want to give me budget support ► I'm in the coldest city on the planet; Yakutsk, which is in Yakutia / Siberia / Russia. The lowest air temperature ever recorded here is -96°F (-71°C) (SECOND VIDEO) 8 Crazy Ice Experiments at -55°C, -67°F The coldest town is Oymyakon, which is also in Yakutia, Siberia. This region is also called Sakha Republic and it is affiliated to Russia. Watch my other videos: KiIIed for Bringing Bad Luck: Secret Albino Village in Africa (Too White to Live) 94 Year Old Blind Man Wants To See for the First Time Attending a Ritual in Tanzania Watch my entire Yakutsk videos: You might have heard that Minnesota, Michigan or North Dakota are very cold in the Winter. But Yakutsk is a whole different story. This is not Alaska too. Lately, I’ve been watching solo camping in winter videos and I encourage Xander Budnick, Mav, Steve Wallis, Wargeh Bushcraft, Upnorthof60, Asbjorn Olsen-Berg Bushcraft channels to come to Yakutsk in Winter and make a camping survival video. Here are the links to my favorites: 3 Days Solo Winter Camping - deep snow, no tent, below -20°C Truck Camping in -19 degrees Ice Camping for the Biggest Trout of my Life U-Haul Stealth Camping In -35 Degrees Tent Inside Tent Winter Camping But they should be aware of blizzards, snow storms and heavy rains. Winter camping is hard here, even harder than the cold weather of Ontario, Canada. A night camping in the middle of a blizzard is no joke, so does ice camping. Luckily there are a lot of fish to catch in extreme cold temperatures. Flights from Los Angeles to Yakutsk is about 30 hours and a one way ticket costs around 1000 American Dollars. There were no flights from New York City in the Winter. Fortunately, hotel fares were cheap and affordable in Siberia. Second episode of Rediscovery will be coming very soon. Subscribe for more:


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