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(1930) - Tema: Göteborg
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Carl IX Statue and Kungsportsplatsen
Carl IX Statue and Kungsportsplatsen

The temperature in Gothenburg during 1929

Degrees in Celsius or Centigrade. Average taken at 14 o’lock.

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At Luleå the longest summer day is slightly, more than 23
hours, and at Stockholm 18½ hours reckoned from sunrise
to sunset.

Any country within the Artie Circle may be called »Land
of the Midnight Suns, but with the exception of the
Scandinavian countries these regions are practically uninhabited,
being also rather cold, even in the middle of summer.
Scandinavia is an exception to this rule. About 150 miles of
Sweden is North of the Artic Circle.

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