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It's 5 pm and most workers are heading home as the twilight covers Suðureyri. The Sun does not come out for six months a year. Due south of Suðureyri, mount Spillir (Spoiler), earns its rugged name by blocking out the noon sun from October to march. Every march, the people of the Western fjords celebrate the emergence of the sun from behind the steep mountains that hide it from view. Winter depression is a common ailment in the Western fjords, but Anna and Jarek say they have adjusted quite well to the darkness. No doubt the growing community of polish immigrant fosters resilience and optimism, while the indigenous Icelandic people watch generations leave their homes.
It's 5 pm and most workers are heading home as the twilight covers Suðureyri. The Sun does not come out for six months a year. Due south of Suðureyri, mount Spillir (Spoiler), earns its rugged name by blocking out the noon sun from October to march. Every march, the people of the Western fjords celebrate the emergence of the sun from behind the steep mountains that hide it from view. Winter depression is a common ailment in the Western fjords, but Anna and Jarek say they have adjusted...
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