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This tiny sleepy fishing village in one of the world's most remote locations is the setting for the most spectacular display of the Northern Lights.  The northern Norweigian village of Reine - where just 300 people live - is lit up by the green rays of the Aurora Borealis to the extent it barely needs streetlights.<br />
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Such stunning natural phenomenons are rarely seen anywhere else on the planet so professional photographer Javier de la Torre braved the plummeting temperatures of the Arctic Circle to see the lights for himself.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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Pictured:  Reine the sleepy fishing village.<br />
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