Aasiaat

Aasiaat

Experience the land famous for it seas, as arctic sea creatures, play hide and seek between the waves and icebergs. Aasiaat known for its waters, marvelous mountains, ocean of opportunities to experience Greenland and it’s great sea wonders. History & Background Aasiaat is in the southern part of the Disko Bay, holding around 3000 inhabitants. Situated on a picturesque archipelago, Aasiaat offers unique opportunities for experiencing the nature of Greenl

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Ilulissat

Ilulissat

Get lost in the sound of soaring icebergs retracting, explore untouched arctic tundra and experience an extraordinary gastronomic get-away. Ilulissat is well known for its breathtaking ice fjord, found nowhere else in the world. Background of Ilulissat City Ilulissat is the 3rd largest city in Greenland, attuning both traditional- and modern culture. The balance between modern- and traditional culture is seen through the use of traditional means of transportation and the occupation the area

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Ittoqqortoormiit

Ittoqqortoormiit

A breathtaking destination taking you back in time. An isolated place far from the usual daily life stress. Experience first hand the authentic and unique landscape, the chance to get lost in the beauty of Ittoqqortoormiit. Ittoqqortoormiit Town Ittoqqortoormiit - a small town with a long name, on the east coast of Greenland with a population just below 500 people. The town was founded in 1925 by Ejnar Mikkelsen, families from the west coast and Tasiilaq. The name is translated to “The b

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Kaffemik

Kaffemik

A Kaffemik is a traditional Greenlandic get-together that is held at every possible special occasion. Kaffemik is a true example of the warm Greenlandic hospitality. The event can be held to celebrate a row of different happenings, at birthdays, holidays, christenings, confirmations, first day at school, graduation or whatever occasion that needs a little celebration. However the event is not little in all cases, usually a lot of people attend, pretty much everyone the host knows, and in small

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Kangaatsiaq

Kangaatsiaq

Holding ancient history as a settlement, but not as  Kangaatsiaq city. A place so far from civilisation, not even a true adventurers imagination could reach. Dominated by the forces of nature and reigned with kindness, is the frozen dreamland 200 kilometers north of the polar circle. Kangaatsiaq Town Kangaatsiaq was a former settlement, transformed into a town in 1986. Today the town holds around 600 inhabitants, and furthermore 900 in its four settlements Attu, Niaqornaarsuk, Ikerasaars

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Kangerlussuaq

Kangerlussuaq

Greenlands main entrance from the world. A unique place with easy access to plenty of adventures. Experience the amazing Greenlandic Ice Cap, glacier walks, musk ox safari and dogsled in the beautiful landscape. History & Background Kangerlussuaq is one of the biggest villages in Greenland with a population around 500 inhabitants. Because of the international airport the place is buzzing with life. Throughout the day many people pass by, arriving from abroad and wi

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Katuaq| Cultural Venue

Katuaq| Cultural Venue

The culture house bringing all of Greenland and the north together, is named  drumstick and in its mother tongue Katuaq. It is a must to visit, when in Nuuk. Greenlandic culture is found in the walls, in the food and in the halls of the mesmerizing house.  With a vision of exposing, evolving and mediating Greenlandic culture, functions Katuaq as the center of Greenlandic culture, bringing the north, west, south and east together since 1997. Architecture  Inspired by the norther

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Maniitsoq

Maniitsoq

On the mid-west coast, a small enclave is pioneered by the town Maniitsoq. Surrounded by snow covered mountains, white as sugar resting at their tins. With its surrounding archipelago Maniitsoq is the heaven of sea adventures and with its mountain the heaven of Heli skiing. Maniitsoq Town ​The town was established in 1755 and has a population of 2.800 inhabitants. Maniitsoq is translated as the uneven place, due to its mountains covering the landscape. Before establishing a town on the l

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Nanortalik

Nanortalik

A distinctive and original treasure is found in South Greenland, with a climate diverging itself, from the rest of the vegetated land, dominating the south. Breaking the nature heritage with its naked mountains, lies Nanortalik deep in its surrounding fjord system, on a small island. Background of Nanortalik town Nanortalik holds a population of  around 1350 inhabitants and 5 villages. The neighbouring sea ice, houses every now and then polar bears. The majestic creatures uses the sea ic

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Narsaq

Narsaq

On a flat tableland, lies a colorful town at the foot of two mountains, Qaqqarsuaq. The town’s name is Narsaq, with a self sufficing people with agricultural roots. The agricultural roots, creates a southern atmosphere, resembling the old American west. Horses are idyllic  tethered  outside the houses, waiting for the true cowboys of Greenland. It is a land to be explored by horse or by feet with adventures waiting for every explorer to experience. The town is specked with all

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Narsarsuaq

Narsarsuaq

South Greenland’s gates from the rest of the world. A unique place with easy access to plenty adventures. A place to experience the Greenland Ice cap, Glaciers, Norse ruins and sub arctic agriculture. History & Background   Narsarsuaq is one of the few international airports in Greenland, with its 120 inhabitants. Because of the international airport the place is buzzing with life in the summer time. Throughout the year, many foreign visitors pass by enroute to one of the many

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Nuuk

Nuuk

The northernmost capital in the world. Expanding in all directions, mixing Greenlandic traditional- and modern culture, Nuuk the capital of Greenland is growing faster than ever and offers every opportunity for the nature- and culture loving guest. History and background The capital was founded in 1728 by the Norwegian missionary Hans Egede, and has today of more than 17,000 inhabitants. The center of Greenland lies at the mouth of its very own fjord system, on the mid-west coast of

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Paamiut

Paamiut

Go on a journey back in time and get lost in the arctic beauty. A place that is sure to surprise and leave you breathless. A place of breathtaking landscapes which will take you far and beyond any other place in the world. Paamiut Town South west of Greenland you will find Paamiut, a town with 1.500 inhabitants making it the eighth biggest city in Greenland. It was established in 1742, but is said to have been inhabited long before that. The name means “Those who Reside by the Mouth

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Qaanaaq

Qaanaaq

Dominated by forces of nature, surrounded by burdensome climate and a majestic landscape, lies a small village, on the top of the world. Ultima Thule means the farthest point- the limit of any journey, the farthest north of them all. Ultima Thule refers to Qaanaaq. Qaanaaq Town Qaanaaq holds a population of 625 inhabitants and 3 settlements spread across the land. The town was established in 1953, beneficial to the Thule airbase, the Danish state relocated the inhabitants from their moth

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Qaqortoq

Qaqortoq

Explore the Arctic tundra of the south coast of Greenland. A place that will mesmerize any traveler with its green, grassy mountains and blue fjords. An experience that you will cherish the rest of your life. History & Background Between colourful plains and blue sea of Qaqortoq fjord, a small town, yet the biggest and most charming in all of southern Greenland, is situated and goes by the name Qaqortoq. It holds a population of 3500 inhabitants and was founded in 1775, by the Norwegi

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Qeqertarsuaq

Qeqertarsuaq

Experience the only place in Greenland where dog sledding is possible all year round. A marvelous landscape that will leave you breathless with its spectacular wonders. Get the full arctic experience with the many exciting activities that are found in Qeqertarsuaq. Qeqertarsuaq town Qeqertarsuaq was established in 1773 by the whaler Svend Sandgreen. With 850 inhabitants the town is situated on the Disko Island. Before other towns on the coast where established, Qeqertarsuaq used to be the capi

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Sisimiut

Sisimiut

​Experience adventure and culture in Greenland’s second largest city. Sisimiut is beautifully located with its colourful houses lying on the coastal foreland, surrounded by mountains and the sea. This location offers plenty of activities of all sorts, both winter and summer. Background of the City With its around 5.500 inhabitants Sisimiut is Greenland’s second largest city located by the Davis Strait on the west coast, approximately 75 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle. Throu

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Tasiilaq

Tasiilaq

A beautiful scenic landscape resembling a painting with very sharp colors creating a beautiful background, regardless of the weather conditions. With the fog overlaying the mountain tins, it creates a mystical appeal to  the landscape. Explore the mystic lands of Tasiilaq and the surrounding fjord system, holding treasures deep within its veins. Tasiilaq City East Greenland is known for these beautiful and breathtaking mountains surrounding the lands and especially in Tasiilaq town. Tasi

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UNESCO World Heritage | Greenland

UNESCO World Heritage | Greenland

Greenland is an exquisite scenery, a place where the forces of nature dominates with its unfenced wilderness. Between the enormous distances and variety of contrasts, you will always be surrounded by enchanting landscapes diverging themselves from the rest of the world, but in particular there are places classified as the world’s wonders The Ilulissat Ice Fjord and Kujaata.   Ilulissat Kangia | Ilulissat Icefjord   Ilulissat Icefjord has been protected since 2004, for its d

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Upernavik

Upernavik

Mysterious, but yet enchanting, lies Upernavik in a bay of skerries. An empire for explorers, a paradise for kayakers and a heaven for wildlife-enthusiast, is waiting to be explored in the skerries of Upernavik. Walk in the footsteps of the famous polar explorer Peter Freuchen and explore vanished ages, within Upernavik. Upernavik Town & Area With its 1100 inhabitants and 9 villages, the area safeguards ancient Inuit culture and traditions. The town is founded on an ancient Inui

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Uummannaq

Uummannaq

Experience  the charismatic townsfolk of Uummanaq, explore the wild, wonderful and vast surroundings and get an insight to the daily lives of the Greenlandic people, when visiting Greenlands most beautiful area. History of The Area Uummannaq is recognized as Greenland, most beautiful land as the area is surrounded by a 160 kilometer long fjord, with sky high mountains circumscribing the waters, with unbelievable white snow, resting at their tins. Uummanaq is situated 460 kilometers

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