^Yeah, you have to travel a lot further north for that. But just for fun I had a look at the weather data, and the official numbers for today are saying sunrise at 4:51 AM and sunset at 10:20 PM.
According to the data the longest day will be on June 21st. This day we will have sunrise at 04:09 AM and sunset at 11:11 PM, meaning just over 19 hours of daylight. But it never gets completely dark this time if year.
And just for fun, if I look at the darkest day of the year this past winter, which was December 21st, we had sunrise at 9:44 AM and sunset at 3:29 PM.
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