Polar Circle

A polar circle — the imaginary line on the Earth surface, above which are observed the Polar day and Polar night.

On the Kola Peninsula is the Arctic circle, traced at a latitude of 66°33′47.1″ N, and most part of Peninsula is above the line, except the south of Tersky coast.

The Arctic circle point at Tersky coast between Kuzreka and Olenitsa