UTC+13 is a time zone. It is 13 hours ahead of Greenwich mean time (GMT). The meridian 165 W serves as a reference. It has the same time as UTC-11, but the date is one day ahead. There's no land in the northern hemisphere which uses UTC+13.
The following territories use UTC+13
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- The Phoenix Islands, on Kiribati
- Tokelau, which is part of New Zealand
- Some research bases in Antarctica, in particular the South Pole and the McMurdo Station. At New Year, these places are the first in the world to see the Sun, which is then visible at midnight.