To What Continent Does Greenland Belong?

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Greenland forms part of the continent of North America and is the largest island in the world. It covers an area of 2,175,600 square kilometres out of which 1,833,900 are covered by inland ice. The extensive width of the northernmost area of the island places it in four different time zones.
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Greenland is part of the continent of North America. It is the world's largest island that is not considered a continent. It is the least dense populated country in the world.
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