Is Greenland part of North America?

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Geographically speaking, the country of Greenland is a part of the continent of North America. But because it is a territory of Denmark, it is usually associated more with Europe. The capital of Greenland is Nuuk and the official language spoken there is Danish.
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Greenland is located in Northern North America, island between the Arctic Ocean and the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Canada
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