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Gorgeous European city where summer lasts two months longer than other countries



This beautiful city in Europe, located by the beach, is famous for having the longest summers in the world. 

Bodø, Norway, is known for its extreme weather conditions and in summer, locals and visitors enjoy almost 25 hours of sunlight – but less than an hour’s worth in winter. 

The remote European city, once a fishing outpost, is located above the Arctic Circle where temperatures often drop below zero.

Due to its location, Bodø spends most of the year in darkness with the sun rarely making an appearance.

However, when summer arrives, it more than compensates for the lost time by providing months of almost uninterrupted sunlight.

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