5 Places On Earth Where The Sun Does Not Rise During Winters

Certain spots on Earth experience magically gloomy landscapes as the sun plays a game of hide-and-seek with the sky.

Hide and Seek

These areas, which are well-known for having polar nights, provide an unique and surreal experience along with a chance to see the Northern Lights. 

Polar nights

These places encounter the midnight sun in the summer, when the sun is visible for a longer period of time.

Midnight Sun

Here the sun sets in late October and doesn't rise again until mid-February, resulting in a lengthy twilight. 

1. Svalbard, Norway

In early December and late January, locals see the sun peeking over the horizon but not rising fully.

2. Murmansk, Russia

 During the peak of winter, the sun might not rise over the horizon for a few weeks. 

3. Lapland, Finland

The community experiences a captivating arctic night as the sun sets between late November and late January.

4. Barrow, Alaska, USA

Polar nights are experienced in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, from early December until late January.

5. Nuuk, Greenland

Which of these places have you  visited?