February 10, 2023
Norway, located in the Arctic Circle is called the Land of the Midnight Sun, where from May to late July, the sun never sets.
Nunavut is located around two degrees above the Arctic Circle, this place sees around two months of 24X7 sunlight.
During summers, nights are clear in Iceland, whereas, during the month of June, the sun never sets.
From late May to late July, the sun does not set in Barrow, Alaska & the country remains in darkness during winter months.
Most parts of Finland get to see the sun straight for just 73 days during summer. During winter time, there will be no sun.
From early May until late August, Sweden sees the sun setting around midnight and rising at around 4 AM in the country.
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