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Shared on October 2, 2008 at 6:04 pm

Summertime-Wintertime Europe

The European Commission has set a rule for shifting the clock one hour during the so called summertime period.
Every last Sunday of March at 2 AM the clock shifts one hour up. It's called summertime.
Every last Sunday of October at 3 AM the clock shifts one hour back to the normal time. That's also called wintertime.

So during those nights everybody living in Europe stays awake to shift the clocks ;-)

In dutch it's called "zomertijd en wintertijd".

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