The places where daylight savings doesn’t exist

Residents in the town of Rjukan, two and a half hours west of Oslo in Norway, frequently spend their time in darkness.

The town is situated in a valley running east to west and because of the large flanking mountains and low placement of the sun during winter, the town is enveloped in a shadow for most of winter.

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