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Ada Wood, 10, perches on one of Castlerigg’s 38 stones during the summer solstice  at Castlerigg stone circle in Cumbria, Britain, on June 21, 2016. (Photo by Christopher Thomond/The Guardian)

Ada Wood, 10, perches on one of Castlerigg’s 38 stones during the summer solstice at Castlerigg stone circle in Cumbria, Britain, on June 21, 2016. (Photo by Christopher Thomond/The Guardian)
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22 Jun 2016 13:23:00
Local priests celebrate the “Aimara New Year”, an Andean Bolivian traditional festival that marks the winter solstice in El Alto, Bolivia, 21 June 2016. Aimara or Aymara means the Return of the Sun. (Photo by Martin Alipaz/EPA)

Local priests celebrate the “Aimara New Year”, an Andean Bolivian traditional festival that marks the winter solstice in El Alto, Bolivia, 21 June 2016. Aimara or Aymara means the Return of the Sun. (Photo by Martin Alipaz/EPA)
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22 Jun 2016 12:57:00
Sydney Welcomes Summer Solstice From The Tower Eye

In this handout image provided by Sydney Tower Eye, a visitor scans the skyline and harbour of Sydney from a viewing platform at the Sydney Tower Eye, on December 16, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. Sydney is suffering from its coldest start to summer since 1960. (Photo by Eugene Tan/Hausmann Communications via Getty Images)
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22 Dec 2011 12:32:00