Deep wintertime snows plowed from a northern Norwegian highway almost hide a yellow roadside sign marking the Arctic Circle (Polarsirkel) in Norway.

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Deep wintertime snows plowed from a northern Norwegian highway almost hide a yellow roadside sign marking the Arctic Circle (Polarsirkel) in Norway.
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Deep wintertime snows plowed from a highway in northern Norway almost hide a yellow roadside sign marking the Arctic Circle (Polarsirkel) at a latitude of 66 degrees, 34 minutes north (66°34′ N) of the Equator. The Arctic Circle is at the southern edge of the Earth's Arctic Zone that stretches to the North Pole.
Location: Arctic Circle (66 degrees, 34 minutes), Norway, Scandinavia