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  Oymyakon
Oymyakon is a village made of many charming small houses, where about 1200 people live.
Oymyakon is a charming village made of many small houses.
The distance from Oymyakon to Yakutsk is about 1000km and requires two full days by car, with an overnight in Tyoply Kluch.
www.wideview.it /travel/Yakutia_2007/en_oymyakon.htm   (783 words)

  
 Traveling - Oymyakon 1996-97
Aerological station of Oymyakon is situated next to the Oymyakon airport and about couple of kilometers from village of Tomtor.
Oymyakon is the most activ and promising village in the region and they can thank their active village chief for that.
Oymyakon is located by the river of Indigirka in Jakutia, Russia.
www.somerikko.net /travel/oymyakon.html   (3426 words)

  
 Oymyakon Travel Guide - Oymyakon Vacations - VirtualTourist.com
Home » Travel Guides » Europe » Russia »; Respublika Sakha (Yakutiya) » Oymyakon
Plan a Oymyakon vacation with reviews, tips and photos posted by real travelers and Oymyakon locals.
General Tips in Oymyakon (0 Reviews - 0 Photos)
www.virtualtourist.com /travel/Europe/Russia/Respublika_Sakha_Yakutiya/Oymyakon-579610/TravelGuide-Oymyakon.html   (264 words)

  
 Life Is a Chilling Challenge in Subzero Siberia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Summary Oymyakon, in Siberia, is the coldest permanently inhabited place on Earth.
In an interview with the National Geographic Channel, Middleton recalls his trip to Oymyakon, in Siberia, which holds the chilly distinction of being the coldest permanently inhabited place on Earth.
Oymyakon sits just a few hundred miles south of the Arctic circle, about 500 miles (800 kilometers) east of Yakutsk, an industrial center on the banks of the river Lena in northeastern Russia.
news.nationalgeographic.com /news/2004/05/0512_040512_tvoymyakon.html   (571 words)

  
 The Reindeer People
Oymyakon is the coldest permanently inhabited settlement on earth.
Oymyakon is two or three days' drive to the east of Yakutsk, across almost 1000 kilometres of frozen, rutted roads.
Few people in Oymyakon are old enough to remember the record breaking temperatures of the 1920s and 1930s, which some scientists say will never be repeated because of global warming.
donsmaps.com /reindeerpeople2.html   (2945 words)

  
 Oymyakon Information
Oymyakon (Оймякон in Cyrillic, alternative spellings: Oimekon, Oimyakon, Oymiakon, Oimiakon, Oimjakon, Ojmiakon, Ojmjakon, Ojmyakon, Oymjakon) is a village located along the Indigirka River in the north-east of the Sakha Republic in Eastern Siberia, Russia, at 63°15′N 143°9′E.It has about 800 inhabitants.
Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern Pole of Cold, because on January 26, 1926, a temperature of −71.2 °C (−96.16 °F) was recorded there (however, this fact is arguable, the temperature was not directly measured but obtained by extrapolation).
Middleton describes how Oymyakon lies between two mountain ranges, trapping cold air in between the entire year[1].
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Oymyakon   (231 words)

  
 News | Gainesville.com | The Gainesville Sun | Gainesville, Fla.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Oymyakon () is a village (selo) in Oymyakonsky Ulus of the Sakha Republic, Russia, located along the Indigirka River.
Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern Pole of Cold, because on January 26, 1926, a temperature of was recorded there (however, this fact is arguable because the temperature was not directly measured but obtained by extrapolation).
Middleton describes how Oymyakon lies between two mountain ranges, trapping cold air in between the entire year [1].
www.gainesville.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Oymyakon   (177 words)

  
 Oymyakon
Oymyakon (alternate spellings Oimekon, Oimyakon) is a village located along the Indigirka River in the north-east of the Sakha Republic in Eastern Siberia, Russia, at
Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern Pole of Cold, because on January 26, 1926, a temperature of -71.2°C (-96 °F) was recorded there (however, this fact is arguable, the temperature was not directly measured but obtained by extrapolation).
It is licensed under the GNU free documentation license.
www.ufaqs.com /wiki/en/oy/Oymyakon.htm   (218 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Oymyakon, Russia, one day after having set the winter's first -70-degree low, saw temperatures hold within the -70-degree temperature band right through the day.
For perspective, Oymyakon shares with Verkhoyansk, Russia, the lowest mean winter temperature for a town, as opposed to, say, an Antarctic research station.
Both Oymyakon and Verkhoyansk mark the heart of Russia's Siberian "pole of cold" -- cold part of the Northern Hemisphere in winter.
www.weathermatrix.net /archive/highlights/accuworld-040104a.txt   (444 words)

  
 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Oymyakon () is a village (selo) in Oymyakonsky Ulus of the Sakha Republic, Russia, located along the Indigirka River.
Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern Pole of Cold, because on January 26, 1926, a temperature of −71.2°C (−96.16°F) was recorded there (however, this fact is arguable because the temperature was not directly measured but obtained by extrapolation).
Middleton describes how Oymyakon lies between two mountain ranges, trapping cold air in between the entire year [1].
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Oymyakon   (179 words)

  
 Oymyakon alternate spelling Oimekon is a village located...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Oymyakon alternate spelling Oimekon is a village located...
It is known as the "Pole of Cold" because on a date in January, 1926, a temperature of -71.2°C (-96 °F) was recorded there; this is the lowest temperature ever recorded in any locality on Earth that has permanent, year-round human habitation.
Oymyakon is located at 63° 15' North Latitude and 143° 9' East Longitude.
www.geodatabase.de /Oymyakon   (124 words)

  
 Oymyakon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Oymyakon (Оймякон in Cyrillic, alternative spellings: Oimekon, Oimyakon, Oymiakon, Oimiakon, Oimjakon, Ojmiakon, Ojmjakon, Ojmyakon, Oymjakon) is a village located along the Indigirka River in the north-east of the Sakha Republic in Eastern Siberia, Russia, at.It has about 800 inhabitants.
Oymyakon is known as one of the candidates for the Northern Pole of Cold, because on January 26, 1926, a temperature of −71.2 °C (−96.16 °F) was recorded there (however, this fact is arguable, the temperature was not directly measured but obtained by extrapolation).
Oxford geographer Nick Middleton's television series and accompanying book on people who live in extreme climates discusses his visit to this village, and describes ways in which inhabitants cope with the extreme cold.
www.dejavu.org /cgi-bin/get.cgi?ver=93&url=http%3A%2F%2Farticles.gourt.com%2F%3Farticle%3DOymyakon%26type%3Den   (259 words)

  
 Warm welcome at frozen village - Russia - www.smh.com.au/travel/
This is Oymyakon, the coldest village in the world.
Located in Russia's Siberian republic of Yakutia, it would be just another remote farming hamlet were it not for the title of coldest permanently inhabited settlement, having registered a ferocious minus 71.2 degrees in 1926.
Oymyakon and neighbouring Tomtor, which also vies for the title of coldest village, this year will hold the fourth Festival of the Cold Pole, capping the rally with a program of festivities and, of course, the frosts, slightly abated by March but still formidable.
www.theage.com.au /news/Russia/Warm-welcome-at-frozen-village/2005/02/17/1108609347368.html?oneclick=true   (994 words)

  
 Larix gmelinii description
Vast forest of one species, in the Oymyakon Basin, Yakutia [Vladimir Dinets].
Tree in the Oymyakon Basin, Yakutia [Vladimir Dinets].
Open forest-tundra stand, Oymyakon Basin, Yakutia [Vladimir Dinets].
www.conifers.org /pi/la/gmelinii.htm   (949 words)

  
 Science Fair Projects - Oymyakon
Oymyakon (alternate spelling Oimekon) is a village located along the Indigirka River in the Sakha Republic in Eastern Siberia, at.
Oymyakon is known as the Northern Pole of Cold, because on January 26, 1926, a temperature of -71.2°C (-96 °F) was recorded there.
This is the lowest temperature ever recorded in any locality on Earth that has permanent, year-round human habitation.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Oymyakon   (286 words)

  
 Pole of Cold travel guide - Wikitravel
The average January temperature in Oymyakon, for one, is 61 degrees below zero - Centigrade.
One of the roads to travel along to Oymyakon was built by GULAG prisoners during the Stalin times.
In Oymyakon you have the opportunity to experience extremely cold temperature (possibly the coldest one in the season – if you are lucky, for nobody can rule the weather yet).
wikitravel.org /en/Pole_of_Cold   (510 words)

  
 Google Earth Community: Wrong data on the loaction of Oymyakon, Russia
Google Earth Community: Wrong data on the loaction of Oymyakon, Russia
Wrong data on the loaction of Oymyakon, Russia
Re: Wrong data on the loaction of Oymyakon, Russia
bbs.keyhole.com /ubb/showflat.php?Number=240151   (102 words)

  
 Eureka! The Pole of the Cold
It's nearly the end of the road for Jamaican singer Lenky Roy and crew as they approach the finish line in the Pole to the Cold, an annual trans-Siberia road race that crosses 5,000 kilometers of the most inhospitable land on Earth.
Roy and the documentary film crew that is chronicling his participation in the road rally have reached the town of Oymyakon, where the mercury dropped to minus 76 degrees Celsius (minus 96 degrees Fahrenheit) in 1927.
But upon reaching Oymyakon, the group receives a warm reception from local residents who invite them into their homes and fill their glasses with vodka until the early hours of the morning.
www.wired.com /news/culture/0,1284,58218,00.html   (816 words)

  
 Detailed Reviews [John Edmonds - 2002 - "Subzerosonic"] - ProgressoR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
All of the compositions here were created within the framework of a unified stylistics, the best definition of which would probably be Space Fusion, which, in its turn, is the derivative of Space Rock and Jazz-Fusion.
Only Oymyakon and Ust' Shchugor (2 & 3) contain the pronounced melodic lines and a few repetitions, which, though, concerns only the central theme of each of them.
The prevalent colors in the musical palette of the album are electric blue, dark blue, and violet, and the piece that is especially rich in varied colors and shades is Vostok (6).
www.progressor.net /review/john_edmonds_2002.html   (407 words)

  
 Cool List Digest Fri Feb 20 03:00:25 EST 1998
Oymyakon gets as cold as -70 degrees Celsius (-94 degrees Fahrenheit) and has an average temperature of -50 degrees Celsius (-58 degrees Fahrenheit) in January, its coldest month.
Oymyakon is so cold that milk is sold not in bottles, but in frozen chunks.
You can learn more about Oymyakon at and see its location on a map at .
www.scumpa.com /pipermail/cool/1998-February/000945.html   (226 words)

  
 Siberia Bike Tour Winter
He cycled northward on Sakhalin, crossed the frozen Mamiya Strait in mid-January to the continent and passed Oymyakon in eastern Siberia, which is dubbed "the pole of cold." He arrived at the Arctic Ocean coast in mid-April and turned east toward his destination.
Andow said he measured temperatures as low as minus 52 degrees Celsius but did not feel cold as he was outfitted with special equipment for cold weather conditions.
I arrived at Oymyakon of Sakha Republic in late February.
www.tim.hi-ho.ne.jp /andow/fareast/report/fareastenglishreport.html   (1790 words)

  
 Yakutia — land of diamonds, frosts and mysteries :: Places and Resorts :: Travel :: Russia-InfoCentre
Nowadays Yakutia is a synonym of colds and extreme frosts to almost every Russian, as it is the coldest place in Russia and the coldest inhabited place in the whole world, often called a cold pole.
Officially the title of the coldest inhabited place belongs to the Yakutian village Oymyakon; however, the town of Verkhoyansk is likely to share this status with the “frosty” village.
It would be fair to mention that a cold pole is not a single spot on the map: it is the whole territory of Yakutia.
www.russia-ic.com /travel/resorts/327   (728 words)

  
 Lenky Roy: Siberia Road Rally   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It's nearly the end of the road for Jamaican singer Lenky Roy and crew as they approach the finish line in the Pole to the Cold, an annual trans-Siberia road race that crosses 5,000 kilometers of the most inhospitable land on Earth.
Roy and the documentary film crew that is chronicling his participation in the road rally have reached the town of Oymyakon, where the mercury dropped to minus 76 degrees Celsius (minus 96 degrees Fahrenheit) in 1927.
But upon reaching Oymyakon, the group receives a warm reception from local residents who invite them into their homes and fill their glasses with vodka until the early hours of the morning.
www.siberiarally.com /art_twenty.html   (1257 words)

  
 Large twin ring structure revealed in NE Asia with the map analysis: A new look at Yana and Indigirka river basins and ...
The twin structure is located in the North-East Asia, in Russia, between Lena River mouth and Magadan coast of the Sea of Okhotsk.
Weather observations at Verkhoyansk on Yana river, near the center of YRS, and at Oymyakon on Indigirka river, near the center of ORS, have determined as early as in 1930s that these areas are the coldest places at the Northern hemisphere of the Earth.
Now it could be explained that both these cold poles are located within the lower areas at the central parts of large ring structures (intermountain basins), which works as a giant “cold traps” being enclosed within a ring wall of mountain ridges.
www.gisdevelopment.net /application/miscellaneous/ma03073abs.htm   (1038 words)

  
 Company Poseidon Expeditions: "Pole of Cold " - Oimyakon | Expedition cruises | Safari | Diving | Railroad expeditions ...
The point of absolute cold of the Northern Hemisphere is located in Oymyakon uluss, Yakutia.
We start early in the morning not to miss a wonderful opportunity to enjoy dramatic landscape which can be a scenery for Snow Queen living place.
In Oymyakon we stay with local hosting families by one person.
www.p-expeditions.com /en/tours/169?tab=1   (583 words)

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