Where are nights the longest?
For us in the Northern Hemisphere, the December solstice marks the longest nights and shortest days of the year.
Meanwhile, the Southern Hemisphere is having short nights and long days..
Which country has longest daylight hours?
IcelandFacts About the Midnight Sun in Iceland Iceland’s daylight hours on the longest days of the year are 24 hours per day (May-July).
What place on earth has the longest day?
The Northern Hemisphere, including India, will witness the longest daytime of the year on Sunday, June 21. The sun will reach its highest position in the sky, and the shadows will disappear at noon if you are in Ujjain, Gandhi Nagar or essentially any place along the tropic of cancer on this day.
Which country has no night?
Located over 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Tromsø, Norway, is home to extreme light variation between seasons. During the Polar Night, which lasts from November to January, the sun doesn’t rise at all. Then the days get progressively longer until the Midnight Sun period, from May to July, when it never sets.
Which country has 24 hours darkness?
northern FinlandThe Arctic Circle marks the southern extremity of the polar day (24-hour sunlit day, often referred to as the midnight sun) and polar night (24-hour sunless night). In Finnish Lapland, the sun sets in late November and generally does not rise until mid-January. This can last as long as 50 days in northern Finland.