When is the Sun directly overhead (at the zenith) in Rome?

21th of June
20th of March and 22 of September
16th of August
Never
Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capri­corn mark the north­ern­most and south­ern­most lat­i­tudes at which the sun may be seen directly over­head. Since the whole Europe is north of Tropic of Cancer, it is im­pos­si­ble to see sun at the zenith there.

Answers distribution

21th of June
20th of March and 22 of September
16th of August
Never
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flagNew Zealand
8%
0%
8%
83%
12
flagFinland
0%
5%
15%
78%
19
flagItaly
16%
11%
1%
68%
54
flagNorway
16%
20%
0%
63%
30
flagGermany
16%
13%
6%
62%
159
flagBelgium
23%
7%
7%
61%
13
flagSpain
17%
17%
3%
60%
28
flagPoland
22%
15%
6%
55%
10063
flagDenmark
22%
16%
5%
55%
18
flagBulgaria
6%
40%
0%
53%
15
flagAustria
38%
0%
7%
53%
13
flagFrance
22%
16%
5%
52%
36
flagthe Netherlands
25%
21%
3%
50%
32
flagthe United Kingdom
27%
14%
6%
49%
310
flagCanada
32%
14%
5%
47%
34
flagSweden
23%
15%
15%
46%
13
flagRepublic of Ireland
26%
15%
15%
42%
26
flagthe United States
30%
17%
9%
40%
369
flagIndia
24%
31%
4%
37%
70
flagAustralia
25%
25%
12%
37%
24

Gender

men60%
women53%
21th of June
18%
20%
20th of March and 22 of September
14%
17%
16th of August
6%
7%
Never
60%
53%

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