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What is the Summer Solstice? When is the longest day of the year? Why do people celebrate it at Stonehenge? – Evening Standard


Evening Standard

What is the Summer Solstice? When is the longest day of the year? Why do people celebrate it at Stonehenge?
Evening Standard
The summer solstice, the longest day of sunlight of the year, is being celebrated with festivals and rituals across the country. Wednesday, June 21 marks the famous occasion, with the UK set to enjoy 16 hours and 38 minutes of daylight, before the sun

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