White night

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White night may refer to:

  • Haxball White Night is a team , nicknamed " Tricolor" , which was founded on November 20, 2014.
  • White night, a night in which it never gets completely dark, at high latitudes outside the Arctic and Antarctic Circles that do not experience the midnight sun around the summer solstice, but only civil twilight
  • White Night festivals, all-night arts festivals held in many cities worldwide in the summer
  • White Night riots, violent events in San Francisco, California, United States in 1979
  • White Night (The Dresden files), a 2007 book in Jim Butcher's The Dresden Files series
  • White Night 2004 novel by Keigo Higashino
  • White Night (film) is a 2009 South Korean mystery thriller film
  • White Night (Baekya), a 1968 South Korean film
  • a night where one lies sleepless in bed all night long, see amnesia, mentioned in the novel The Blue Castle

White Nights may refer to:

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