It is obvious to happen sunset after the end of the day, but have you ever imagined how it would be if there is no sunset. However, it is impossible to happen, but you will be wondered to know that there are places where the sun never sets or no sunset for many days in a year. It is understood that it is a bit difficult to believe this, but many places in the world have no night. Let’s have a look at these places.
Norway is a place that falls inside the Arctic Circle. It is also known as the “Land of Midnight Sun”. Here, the sun does not set for nearly 76 days between May and July. In Svalbard, Norway, the sun continuously shines from April 10 to August 23.
2. Nunavut, Canada
Nunavut is a city located in Canada. Here, the sun shines for nearly two months in this part of Canada. During winter the place is completely in dark for 30 consecutive days.
Iceland is a Nordic island country located in the North Atlantic Ocean in Europe. It is the largest island in Europe after Great Britain. If you love the sunlight then this could be the best place as there is no sunset in the month of June even at midnight.
4. Barrow, Alaska
Utqiaġvik is known as Barrow. It is the largest city of the North Slope Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. In Borrow, the sun does not set from the end of May to late July. Then, from the beginning of November, the country goes into the night for the next one month. Also, it is known as “Polar Night”. The place is popularly known for its beautiful glaciers and snow–capped mountains.
Finland is decorated with thousands of islands and lakes, which are quite beautiful. During the summer season, the sun spreads its light for nearly 73 days. This can be a good place for visitors if they love to enjoy the Northern Lights. In addition to this, you will love skiing as well as experience living in a glass igloo in Finland.
Sweden is a place where the sunsets from May to August and then comes out by 4:30 AM. Then, the sun spreads its light continuously for 6 months. Hence, people can do fishing, trekking trails, golfing, and several other adventure activities.