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All around the mythical North Cape, bathed by the Arctic Ocean and bordering Finland, Norwegian Lapland reaches as far as the Russian border. The main appeal for visitors who come to this remote and icy region, whose population includes the indigenous Sami, is the Arctic light: in summer the moors are bathed in daylight 24 hours a day, accentuating the impression of infinity; in winter, the polar nights create a mysterious atmosphere, punctuated from time to time by superb aurora borealis effects.

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