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Every year, on 21 November, the sun sets behind the mountains of Tromsø in northern Norway, and doesn’t reappear for three months.
During this long Polar night, or mørketid, the temperature hovers around freezing, and blizzards occur more often than not.
When the sun finally reappears on 21 January, the inhabitants celebrate with a festival called Soldagen, …
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