What Months of the Year Is Alaska Dark?

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Only the northern part of Alaska, within the Arctic Circle, experiences complete darkness. In mid-December many Alaskan cities have less than six hours of light per day. Barrow, a city in Northern Alaska, has complete darkness from November 18 to January 23.
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