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The Stargazers' Travel Guide [Infographic]

Did you know that, in the Scandinavian folklore, people believed that arctic foxes caused the Aurora Borealis phenomenon? The happening, usually called Northern Lights, actually has an interesting scientific explanation, but the legends are always so much fun. In Finnish, the old word for Aurora Borealis was revontuli, which means fire fox. According to the story, the foxes that ran through the hills beating with their tails against the piles of snow originated sparks that were reflected in the sky. And that is why people, some of them in Abisko, saw the light. This special place in Sweden is featured in our latest infographic, but is not alone. Come with us and discover the best places in the world to watch the sky.
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