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It’s so cold in parts of Siberia that eyelashes are freezing

Temperatures in parts of the Siberian region of Yakutia have dropped to minus 67 degrees Celsius, prompting even eyelashes to freeze.

Residents of the remote region, about 3,300 miles east of Moscow, are certainly accustomed to record-cold weather.

Try this Russian drink to warm you up this winter:


Nicknamed as “Russian mulled wine,” Sbiten appeared thousands of years ago and was a trendy drink until tea made an appearance in Russia. It is a sweet beverage made from honey, ginger, cinnamon, citrus, cloves, a dash of bourbon and other species. Try the hot Russian drink on a cold winter day to warm themselves up quickly! If you come to Russia during the colder season, you must try it and let us know if you like it better than the original mulled wine!

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