Antarctica is the fifth-largest continent after Eurasia (54,760,000 sq km), Africa (30,370,000 sq km), North America (24,710,000 sq km) and South America (17,840,000 sq km).
Antarctica is known to be the coldest continent in the world, the larger part of which is covered with snow and ice. It is important to mention that the continent is located in all time zones.
As for the temperature Antarctica, the weather is quite cold on the continent. In winter the average temperature oscillates between -60 °C and -75 °C, sometimes reaching -80 °C. In summer in the interior and at the South Pole the temperatures range from -30 °C to -50 °C. On the Antarctic Peninsula, the nearest point on the continent to Argentina, the temperature is between 0 and -7 °С.