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6 places on earth where the sun never sets!

 6 places on earth where the sun never sets!

Our daily routine revolves around 24 hours, with about 12 hours of sunlight, and the remaining hours being at night. But, do you know that there are places around the world where the sun does not set for more than 70 days. Imagine how interesting it would be for tourists to keep track of time, when even the locals there get confused by not having sunset for 70 days straight. If you're interested to know more, here are 6 places on Earth where the sun never sets.


Norway, located in the Arctic Circle, is called the Land of the Midnight Sun, where the sun never really sets from late May to July. This means that the sun never sets for about 76 days. In Svalbard, Norway, the sun shines continuously from April 10 to August 23; It is also the northernmost inhabited region in Europe. You can plan a visit to this place during this time and live for the days when there is no night.


Nunavut is a city with just over 3000 people; It is located two degrees above the Arctic Circle in the Northwest Territories of Canada. This place sees 24X7 sunshine for almost two months, whereas during winters, this place sees complete darkness for 30 consecutive days.


Iceland is the largest island in Europe, after Great Britain, and is also known for being a country without mosquitoes. During the summer, nights are clear in Iceland, whereas in the month of June, the sun never really sets. To see the midnight sun in its full glory, you can visit the town of Akureyri and Grimsey Island in the Arctic Circle.


From late May to late July, the sun does not actually set here, which is compensated for by the next 30 days from early November, which the sun does not rise, and is known as the polar night. This also means that the country remains in darkness during the harsh winter months. Famous for snow-capped mountains and mesmerizing glaciers, this place can be visited in summer or winter.


Land of thousands of lakes and islands, much of Finland receives direct sunlight for only 73 days during the summer. During this time, the Sun continues to shine for about 73 days, whereas, during the winter time, the region does not see sunlight. This is also one of the reasons why people here sleep less in summer and more in winter. Coming here, you get a chance to enjoy the Northern Lights and also get a chance to indulge in skiing and experience living in a glass igloo.


From the beginning of May to the end of August, the sun sets around midnight in Sweden and rises around 4 p.m. in the country. Here, periods of continuous sunshine can last up to six months out of the year. So while here, one can spend long days indulging in adventure activities, golfing, fishing, exploring trekking trails, and much more.

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