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3 Places on Earth Where the Sun Doesn't Set For Days

The thought that places in the world where the sun never sets exist may sound absurd or something off the plot of a movie. But shockingly, they do. There are places where the sun doesn't go down for up to 70 days. Visitors and even locals usually get confused because of this phenomenon.

1. Svalbard, Norway

Svalbard between mainland Norway and the North Pole is popular for the Northern Lights ( Aurora) in the winter. It also experiences continuous sunlight in the summer. The sun doesn't set here for four months.

2. Yukon, Canada

Yukon is a Canadian territory known for its mountainous landscape and sparse population. Here the sun shines nonstop for 50 consecutive days.

3. Finland

This European country is rated as the happiest country in the world by the United Nations. It is also known for its lakes and Islands. Finland experiences continuous sunlight for 73 days during the summer.

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