Midnight sun in Finnmark, Norway - Photo: Trym Ivar Bergsmo/Samfoto/Innovation Norway There's a marathon in June that starts at and goes through the night. If I were to ever run a marathon, it'd be a strong contender.
'The Midnight Sun'- The midnight sun shines over the Reisafjord in Norway at it's called the midnight sun because the sun doesn't set/rise during the mid-summer within the polar circle; photo by *torivarn on deviantART
North Cape is a cape on the northern coast of the island of Magerøya in Northern Norway. The cape is in Nordkapp Municipality in Finnmark county. The European route E69 highway has its northern terminus at North Cape, since it is a popular tourist attraction. The cape includes a 307-metre (1,007 ft) high cliff with a large flat plateau on top where visitors can stand and watch the midnight sun or the views of the Barents Sea to the north. http://www.nordkapp.no/en/
Looking for a holiday in the sun? How about sunshine for 24 hours a day for up to 6 straight months of the year? The natural phenomenon where the sun doesn’t dip below the horizon at local midnight meaning of daylight is called “The midnight Sun”.