Adam Mynott inside Siberian mine
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The reason people live in the coldest place on Earth

In Siberia, the winter temperature can drop to -60C, making it one of the coldest places to live in the world.

In the winter here, no-one goes outside unless they absolutely have to, and if they do have to venture out to shop or go to school or work, they are very well wrapped up.

Adam Mynott reports from a gold mine in Siberia.

  • 01 Dec 2010
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