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Capital: Nuuk (Godthab)
Population: 55,984
Chief of State: Queen Margrethe II
Head of State: Prime Minister Kim Kielsen
National Anthem: Nunarput utoqqarsuanngoravit (Our Country, Who's Become So Old also translated as You Our Ancient Land)
Lyrics/Music: Henrik Lund/Jonathan Petersen
Greenland Travel Information and Travel Guide
When you've seen the world there's always Greenland' goes the old travellers' saying. But why wait till then? Greenland is not a cheap destination, but few places combine such magnificent scenery, ... More »

Greenland - Wikipedia


Greenland is an autonomous administrative division within the Danish Realm between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

20 fun facts about Greenland | Hurtigruten US


Jan 13, 2016 ... Check out these fascinating facts about the world's largest island. ... On a Greenland cruise with Hurtigruten, voyagers will get an authentic ...

Facts about Greenland — Nordic cooperation - Norden.org


The inhabitants of Greenland originate from Central Asia. The country is part of the North American continent, but geopolitically the island is part of Europe.

10 Interesting Facts You Didn't Know About Greenland - EscapeHere


You're going to be hearing a lot about Greenland over the coming year; travel guidebook publisher Lonely Planet has named the country #9 in their top 10 ...

27 Interesting Facts about Greenland | True Nomads


The other day I was reading about a kayak trip to Greenland, by a fellow blogger, and it inspired me to research Interesting facts about Greenland. These facts ...

10 Interesting Facts about Greenland - The Crazy Facts


Greenland is a unique land with exquisite and exotic flora and fauna. The ancient culture along with the stunning and varied wildlife is the factor that promotes ...

Facts on Greenland - Naalakkersuisut


Facts on Greenland. For a concise and clear introduction to Greenland, we recommend reading Statistic Greenland's annual Greenland in Figures (2014) ( pdf ...

Ten interesting facts about Greenland - TravelingEast


1. In Viking legends, Greenland is described exactly as its name suggests: a green, fertile land. Today, however, only around 16% of Greenland is actually ...