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Hunting for the Northern Lights

Today is Winter Solstice Day!

December 21 – the shortest daylight hours and the longest night! And then daylight hours will go to profit.
Already before the New Year, some cities of the Murmansk region will come out of the darkness.
And Murmansk will meet the first dawn on January 11!

Although we missed the sun, there is some magic in the Polar Night in the North!
Do you agree? These eternal twilight, pink-blue sunsets … Northern romance

All this can be found back in January and wonderful pink sunrises and sunsets in Aurora Village!
And of course, the Northern Lights, which will shine for us until April.

Have time to book an Igloo for January using the link in your profile or in Direct

Photo from Daria Bulavina

The Day of the Winter Solstice is a very important ancient holiday.
For millennia, it has been of great importance to all peoples who have lived in harmony with natural cycles.
From the earliest times, people have venerated the Sun, realizing that their life on earth depends on its light and warmth. For them, the day of the winter solstice personified the victory of light over darkness.

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Published on: December 21, 2021  -  Filed under: News


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