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Taking an average temperature over a period of time, the South Pole averages 30 degrees lower than the North Pole. The South Pole is colder, by about 30 degrees F, because of it being located on a continent -- Antarctica. The North Pole is located on sea ice.
The coldest place in the world, is Antarctica, where you can find the South Pole. The coldest atmospheric temperature ever recorded there (or anywhere on earth) was -89.6 degrees Celsius (-128.5 degrees Fahrenheit) at Vostok, Antarctica on July 21st, 1983.
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