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    Smile giving the whole day the feel of dusk/twilight

    Lapland's winter lasts about six months, and from November to January, the sun does not rise above the horizon, giving the whole day the feel of dusk.



    Is dusk exactly identical to twilight in meaning? Thanks.


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    Re: giving the whole day the feel of dusk/twilight

    Yes - they both mean that effect of half-light after the sun has dropped below the horizon. It is more noticeable and longer lasting in the North.

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    Re: giving the whole day the feel of dusk/twilight

    Thanks, Anglika.

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