24 hours of sunsets around the globe #infographic

24 hours of sunsets around the globe #infographic

A 24-20-hour day that differs over an extended period of time from pole proximity, which implies, above all, that it is light and sunny for weeks and months! Obviously, these locations are near to the Earth's poles. This is because the earth is about 23 degrees tilting on its axis. That implies the sun rises and sits at the poles, the North Pole and the South Pole only once a year.

These phenomena are more evident in the Arctic Circle's human settlements near the North Pole. And while it occurs close the Antarctic Circle in the southern areas because it is uninhabited, only science missions or the strange adventurer ever come upon it. The maximum timeline for this phenomenon is: on 21 September the Sun rises in the South Pole and will not set until next year's 22 March. On 22 March, the sun rises on the North Pole and sets the same year on 21 September.

There are many nations to plan your exotic holidays within or on the brink of the Arctic Circle. Some of these regions contain Canada, Greenland, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Russia, Alaska and Iceland in the northernmost regions.

24 hours of sunsets around the globe #infographic

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