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Ilulissat Ice-fjord
The world famous Ilulissat Ice-fjord is just few minutes walk from the city. The ice-fjord has one of the most productive and fastest moving glaciers in the world. Moving at a amazing speed of 20-30 meter per day and braking off into to the fjord in a spectacular sight and sound.  The ice-fjord is on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

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ILULISSAT ICEFJORD

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Place: Glacier

Name: Ilulissat Icefjord

Coordinates: 690 07’ N   490 30’ W

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The town was founded in 1741 by Jakob Severin and named Jakobshavn, now Ilulissat, meaning icebergs. World famous for it’s icefjord a miles from the town.

Qasigiannguit is a town in the beautiful Disko Bay area, founded in 1734 as a trading post, originally named Christianshåb. The population of the town has been declining the last 20 years to 1.164 inhabitants.