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Between September and March, Rjukan is in the shadow of the mountains and does not get sunlight.
Geology[change | change source]
History[change | change source]
Rjukan became a city in 1996.
References[change | change source]
- Stefan Nordberg. "Inklämda byn som får solljuset från speglar" Ny Teknik, 22 October 2013. Accessed: 15 May 2016
- Harriet Alexander. "Norwegian town places mirrors on hillsides to shine light into valley" The Daily Telegraph, 23 October 2013. Accessed: 15 May 2016
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