What is the coldest national capital in the world?

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Nuuk
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Ulaanbaatar
Owing to its high elevation (about 1,350 metres above sea level), relatively high latitude, location hundreds of kilometres from any coast, and the effects of the Siberian anticyclone, Ulaanbaatar is the coldest national capital in the world. It has an average annual temperature of −0.4 °C, as cold as Nuuk, Greenland, but Greenland is not independent.
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flagItaly
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6%
3%
89%
29
flagAustralia
26%
15%
0%
57%
19
flagRepublic of Ireland
21%
15%
5%
57%
19
flagAustria
13%
31%
6%
48%
29
flagGreece
39%
17%
0%
43%
23
flagthe Netherlands
31%
25%
6%
37%
16
flagthe United States
35%
17%
10%
36%
119
flagPoland
28%
30%
8%
32%
2590
flagGermany
24%
36%
6%
32%
161
flagthe United Kingdom
31%
28%
7%
32%
77
flagIndia
40%
15%
15%
25%
20