Hours of Daylight by City?

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Since countries can stretch long and wide it is easy to see how different cities would not get the same amount of sunlight. The Phoenix, Arizona gets more sunlight than the city of Atlanta, Georgia. Phoenix gets approximately 12 hours of sunlight per day with a total of approximately 3872 hours of sunlight throughout the year. Atlanta gets around 11 hours of sunlight per day on average and yearly the average is around 2738. Denver, Colorado gets approximately 3107 hours of sunlight per year.
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