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The days are getting lighter, the weather’s feeling warmer, which can only mean Summer Solstice – aka the longest day of the year – is fast approaching. On Wednesday June 21 the sun will rise at 4.34am and set at 9.31pm, giving us a whole 16 hours and 38 minutes of daylight to bask in. While druids and hippies hang out at Stonehenge, here are the best events taking place over the Midsummer week right here in the capital, from Scandinavian celebrations (because who does Midsummer better than the Swedes?) to yoga, music and 12 hour-long extravaganzas.
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