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Explore Greenland
Greenland is a huge island 2.170.000 km2  with two-third of the country covered in a permanent ice-cap 2-3 km thick. From Kap Farvel in the south to Kap Morris Jesup in the north the country spans amazing 2670 km, but we are only 56.000 people. The top of Greenland is very close to the north pole, only 730 km to the top of the world.

The Greenland ice-cap is huge, really huge. To be exact 2.380 km from south Greenland to north Greenland and 1.100 km from the west coast to the east coast. To compare the size, imagine a chunk of ice covering the entire east-coast of the United States from Key West in Florida right up to the border at Toronto Canada, and this chunk of ice is  2-3 km thick. Yes, it’s not a typing error. It’s over 3.000 meters thick. That is eight Empire State buildings on top of each other. That’s a lot of ice.

The largest national park in the world was laid out in 1974 by the Danish parliament in north east Greenland. It covers almost a million square kilometers. The park is home to the largest population of musk ox in the world.

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To explore places Greenland you can navigate through this website using the galleries below, or you can watch the videos below. Looking for towns or settlements, then go to the Places page from the menu above.
SUME
Greenland's greatest rock band of all time, here at a rare outdoor  performance in Qullissat in 2012.
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Short video from the capital Nuuk.
VAIGAT MUSIC
The music of the coal mining town Qullissat, abandoned in 1972, here played by the National Theatre of Greenland.
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AASIAAT
Humpback Whales in Aasiaat
SUME
Playing “Imigassaq” in Qullissat
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The National Theatre of Greenland here playing “Qullissanut”
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