Greenland is an autonomous country within the Danish Realm, located between
the Arctic and ... Greenland is the world's largest island, although it is smaller
than Australia, which is ..... Afte...
Apr 15, 2013 ... Greenland is the largest island after Australia—so why isn't it ... While Greenland
does have its own culture, it is considered part of the larger ...
Jan 4, 2015 ... If Australia's a continent, why can't Greenland or Borneo be a continent, too? ....
Why are continents not considered massive islands?
Why should Australia be considered a continent and Greenland an island? The
answer is not clear-cut, but there are rational reasons behind it.
Why is Australia considered a continent? ... small continent and the world's
largest island and traditionally that line exists between Australia and Greenland.
Islands located near a continent are generally considered, in a geographical
sense, part of that continent. Greenland, for example, is politically part of Europe
The country of Greenland is part of the continent of North America, which also
includes ... that is part of the Kingdom of Denmark and is the world's largest
Though Australia is larger than Greenland, Greenland is considered the world's
largest island. Australia is considered a continent, so it's technically not an.
printable map of Greenland in North America by Worldatlas.com. ... is the world's
largest (non-continent) island, and it dominates the North Atlantic Ocean ... So,
Greenland is still considered a part of Denmark, and not recognized as an official
Jan 8, 2015 ... Greenland (autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark); area: ... Thus,
it can be considered an island-continent, but most often it's ...