Movies come from life. There is such a place on the earth. In May, there is snow in Tianshan Mountains and there is no flower but cold. For nine months of the year, it is in a state of heavy snowfall. The lowest temperature in history is -71℃.
This place is called Oymyakon, which is the coldest place in the world. Its name derives from the Oymyakon River, which means “frozen river”, but there are also information that this is an error of Tungusic. Interpretation, its original meaning should be “frozen river”.
Because it is located in the Eastern Siberian climate zone, it has obvious continental climate characteristics. The temperature difference between winter and summer is large, the temperature difference between day and night is large, and the winter is long and cold, and the annual temperature difference can reach 105 ℃.
As the coldest permanent residence in the world, the facilities here are relatively complete, including schools, hospitals, airports, clubs, kindergartens, music schools, libraries, bakeries, gas stations, shops, gyms, and the Internet. The long-lived population here is about 500. People mainly make a living by breeding horses, reindeer, fishing, and hunting. It is said that prices here are higher than in Moscow. (Great!)
Except in summer, people must wrap the whole body up and down except the eyes tightly, otherwise the probability of being frostbite is extremely high. The cigarette filters that people smoke are very long, because the short filters will burn the gloves, so the cigarettes sold here are specially made.
People’s food is mainly pasta, and the complementary food is iced tofu made of reindeer meat, horse meat, fish and horse blood. Macaroni is a local delicacy, and vegetables cannot be self-sufficient. (This place shouldn’t be able to grow vegetables)
In terms of housing, there are buildings and water pipes, but people still like to live in houses that can burn wood. Because the building is too cold, and the water pipes are often frozen.
Strange phenomena such as sprinkling water into ice and freezing fish upon landing are commonplace here.