Polar night is one of the characteristic features of Murmansk region. Each year it lasts for 1.5 months. The sun remains hidden for almost 1,500 hours. During this period, Murmansk turns into a city of light and fire. Especially advantageous illumination looks on city streets and squares. In addition, polar night is an ideal time to observe The Northern lights. It can be seen starting in late autumn and ending in late spring, mostly in clear and frosty weather. Going with us to the “Winter fairy tale”, You will get an unforgettable impression of the city’s light contrast and enjoy truly amazing natural phenomena.
Many myths and legends are associated with Northern lights in the Polar night period. Our ancestors, not understanding the nature of certain phenomena, associated them with something mythical, sometimes divine. The ancient Norsemen, for example, considered Northern lights to be a bridge between the world of the dead and the living. In Norse mythology, the Bifrost bridge is repeatedly mentioned – a trembling arch that crosses the sky and connects the worlds of gods and people. It was on this bridge that the gods descended to the people. It is possible that Northern lights were the prototype for this bridge. Also some researchers associate the Bifrost bridge with another atmospheric phenomenon-the rainbow.
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