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The Summer Solstice

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Every year around June 20-22, we celebrate the Summer Solstice – the day with the most hours of sunlight. On the Summer Solstice, the sun appears to stand still in the sky. More scientifically, the noontime elevation does not change. Learn more about this unique day in which cultures around the world celebrate the Sun and the beginning of the Summer season.

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Ancient Summer Solstice Celebrations

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Ancient cultures around our world honor the Sun and celebrate the Summer Solstice in unique ways.  Learn about Summer Solstice celebrations of the Ancient Celts and Druids, Chinese, Gaul, Germanic culture, Romans, Swedes, Christian, Pagan, and Prehistoric European cultures in this article.

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Solstice a Cause for Celebration Since Ancient Times

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National Geographic presents this informative article about the origins and significance of the Solstice – when the “sun stands still.”

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