Greenland Is Part of Which Continent?

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Greenland is considered part of North America continent. It is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans. Greenland is, by area, the world's largest island that is not a continent.
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Some probably think Greenland is a continent, but surprisingly it is part of North America. It is the world's largest island, and politically it belongs to Denmark.
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Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark,
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Greenland. is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Though physiographically
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Geographically, it is considered part of North America. Politically, it belongs to Denmark, which is part of Europe.
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Greenland is a part of the continent of North America.
Greenland is part of the North American continent. It is the largest island on Earth that is not a continent. Greenland was part of Denmark and was strongly considered part of Europe until May 1st, 1979. Denmark granted Greenland Home Rule. Denmark still has charge of certain aspects such as foreign affairs.
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