The coldest is in the South. The average temperature there reaches - 49 ° C, while the North Pole - only 14 ° C.
The reason is that unlike the North Pole, the South Pole is located on a giant snow-covered continent called Antarctica, and very little sunlight enters there.
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It is also in Antarctica that b recorded the lowest temperature, an incredible -89.2°C.
Such frosts are also due to the fact that the ice cover, like a mirror, simply reflects the rays of the sun, spending also part of the solar energy to melt snow and ice.