Norway, near the Arctic Circle, is known as the Land of the Midnight Sun because it never sets from May to July. For 76 days, the sun never sets.
Nunavut is two degrees above the Arctic Circle. Two months of 24X7 sunlight are followed by 30 days of absolute darkness in winter.
Iceland, Europe's second-largest island, is mosquito-free. Iceland has clear summer nights and no sunset in June.
From late May to late July, the sun does not set here, which is offset by the polar night from November 1 to 30. In winter, the country is dark.
Finland's thousand lakes and islands only see the sun for 73 days in summer. The sun shines for 73 days.
From early May to late August, Sweden's sun sets around midnight and rises around 4 AM. Here, six months of continuous sunshine are possible.