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Greenland

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56,320 population - Capital City: Nuuk (Godthaab)

 

Most of remarkable Greenland lies buried under a vast ice sheet with an average depth of 1500 metres and is subject to intense cold and dreadful blizzards. Glaciers, icy mountains and tundra vegetation dominate this amazing island. Greenlanders are also called Eskimos or Inuit and they rely heavily on hunting and fishing. If you're looking for a destination with a difference you must visit Greenland and experience their friendly hospitality and learn about their remarkable culture.

 

The official language of Greenland is Kalaallisut, being a traditional Inuit dialect.

 

 

 

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