The Capri Sun.
Just as summer’s about to get going, the longest day of the year already came and went this week. Doesn’t feel like the peak of summer yet, does it? I swear that fateful day gets earlier every year. They should just make it later. But as the nights slowly start drawing in, we just sit by and do nothing about it. The same can’t be said for the people of Viganella, Italy who decided to make their own sun. Well, kind of. Due to the town being set on the side of a steep valley and surrounded by mountains that block the sun’s rays, Viganella is deprived of any sunlight from November until February. But they decided they weren’t having it anymore, so local architect Giacomo Bonzani was commissioned by the Mayor to install a massive mirror on one of the peaks above the town, reflecting light into its main square, thus keeping the Viganellans warm and happy. That might be the greatest innovation since the spork.Read Original Story