It´s on again. The Polar Night Live Camera shows the life without sunshine in the tiny arctic village of Hetta in Enontekiö, Finnish Lapland. The period of Polar Night is the time when the sun does not rise above the horizon. In our area the Polar night last from 6 December to 6 January. During this time, the snow covers the nature, the colours of the sky vary from black to light purple, yellow or turquoise, the stars are twinkling and the northern lights flare.
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Municipality of Enontekiö
Enontekiö is a municipality located in Finnish Lapland on the border of Sweden and Norway. It's the 3rd largest municipality in Finland and very sparsely populated. Over 60% of Finland's fells are within Enontekiö's borders, as well as all fells that are over 1000 meters tall. Enontekiö is well-known for its wilderness and large areas of untouched nature. Tourism and travel industry are a significant source of income in Enontekiö.