Northern lights / City like in a fairy tale

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Reine is located in the Lofoten Islands of Norway.

Its most charming feature is the houses, mostly cherry-colored, which stand out in winter from the snow-covered slopes of the Reinebringen mountain in the background.

It is inhabited by only 300 inhabitants, who are mainly engaged in fishing. Although it is considered one of the most inaccessible parts of the country, it is visited by thousands of tourists every year.

Why? Because in this tiny spot on the map, something magical happens every time it gets dark. In Reine we have the most impressive display of the natural phenomenon called the ‘Northern Lights’.

The Northern Lights are one of the most important natural phenomena, as the sky fills with intricate colors and shapes.

This natural phenomenon is so famous that special trips are organized for tourists who want to see the spectacle up close.

This phenomenon has been known since ancient times and the first observer is said to be Aristotle.

How is it created? By colliding charged particles (mainly electrons and protons) from space, which are trapped in the earth’s magnetic field, move towards the North Pole, and finally react with air particles.

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