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During the long and dark polar night, Vesuv is illuminated by the full moon. The photogrenic conical Vesuv is part of the Kjeglefjella range, in the Nordenskiöldland area of Spitsbergen island, in the high arctic archipelago of Svalbard. Daylight is very slowly returning to the archipelago. In just a few weeks, Svalbard will start emerging from its months-long polar night. Eventually, the mysterious landscapes of this land close to the North Pole will remain as mesmerizing as they are now, but drenched by the Sun, twenty four hours a day.