This is what Russia looks like in the winter

by 6 years ago

So this winter has been pretty terrible. Undoubtedly the worst of our lifetime here in the states. But how does it compare to Russia’s cold, brutal winter? One man gave us a horrifying glimpse at the Kamchatka Penninsula, located on the far eastern end of Russia.

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Kamchatka’s basically a dark, snowy hell. The temperatures reach as low as −42 °F. They receive 110 inches of precipitation a year. To deal with the vast amount of snow, they create these wall tunnels on the road. They’re beyond frightening.

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