In Lapland instead of lanterns will be northern lights

 Even more fabulous winter in the places where it must by definition be fabulous! In Lapland, the home of Santa Claus, the administration decided to replace street lights northern lights.

This unusual innovation affected villages Äkäslompolo and Ylläsjärvi in ​​Ylläs hills in the province of Lapland, which in recent years have increasingly visited by tourists to ride here in ski resorts. Lanterns on the Finnish hill want to turn off daily from 22-00 hours. Power cuts are not only threatens signboards of shops and cafes. Contribute to covering the streets will not only snow on the ground, but the nature of the bright aurora borealis, a phenomenon in the current latitude quite often. Due to the vibrant street illumination rainbow iridescence in the evening sky is often used to simply be seen.

Northern Lights here can last from 5 minutes to several days. And if the locals have become accustomed to in my life to this natural miracle, the tourists have already appreciated the initiative of the administration of towns in Ylläs.