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The birthday of Chinese philosopher Confucius is traditionally celebrated on 28 September. Despite living in the 6th Century BC, much of his philosophy and writings have stood the test of time. Read some of his teaching in The Sayings Of Confucius on Project Gutenberg, and have a philosophically-enriched day.
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61.62°N, 13.05°E

Sunrise: 06:08
Sunset: 17:47
Moon Phase: waxing gibbous
Weather: overcast clouds, 12°C max, 8°C min

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