Murmansk is the largest city north of the Arctic Circle. Situated in the extreme Northwest of Russia, its 300,000 residents live in a ‘subarctic’ climate. During the warmest part of the year, the average temperature is around 63 degrees Fahrenheit, while in the coldest period, it averages about 7 degrees.
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