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Clocks turn back to welcome winter

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Clocks turn back to welcome winter
14:31 CEST+02:00
Summer time comes to an official close on Saturday night as Swedes turn the clocks back and welcome in the darker days of the winter months.

Turning the clocks back an hour on Sunday morning, from 3am to 2am, is a return to what is considered to be normal time after the interlude of summer.

Summer time was introduced in Sweden in 1980 to fall in line with most other European countries.

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