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NEW YORK, NY - JANUARY 04: Pedestrians walk through Harlem during a snow storm on January 4, 2018 in New York City. As a major winter storm moves up the Northeast corridor, New York City is under a winter storm warning and forecasts are calling for six to eight inches of snow. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

The world’s coldest village in Russia hit MINUS-88 DEGREES earlier this week.  And it was so cold that it broke their top tourist attraction . . . a big thermometer.

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So you think you're cold? How does 88 below zero sound?

There's cold, then there's Siberia cold. Oymyakon, Russia - already considered the world's coldest permanently inhabited town - sank to a mind-numbing 88 degrees below zero on Tuesday. That's even colder than the average temperature on Mars, which is 80 below zero, according to Space.com.