The Arctic Circle is the most northerly of the five major circles of latitude that mark maps of the Earth. This region is the southernmost latitude in the Northern Hemisphere at which the sun can remain continuously above or below the horizon for twenty-four hours. As a result, at least once each year at any location within the Arctic Circle the sun is visible at midnight, and at least once it is not visible at noon. Relatively few people live north of the Arctic Circle due to the severe climate; nonetheless, some areas have been settled for thousands of years by indigenous peoples.
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