‘Midnight sun’ is a natural occurrence when the sun never sets for a period of time. This happens in the summer in the south of the Antarctic and north of the Arctic circle.
Let us see some places where there is no nightfall
From the end of May to mid-July, the midnight sun illuminates the night in northern Sweden, extending your sightseeing days. The period of steady sunlight here is for about 100 days in a year.
Europe’s second-largest island does not experience nightfall from early May to July because the sun is above the horizon.
The second-largest country in the world after Russia. Covered with snow during some time of the year, the country sees steady sunlight for 50 days during the summer.
Norway is also called the land of midnight. In the summer or from late May to late July, the sun never fully falls into the horizon in the area north of the Arctic Circle. They experience over 76 days of steady sunlight during the summer.
Alaska, a state of beautiful glaciers and snow-capped mountains. Between May to June, the sun does not sink in some places here.