The culture of Greenland has much in common with Greenlandic Inuit tradition, as the majority of people are descended from Inuit. Many people still go ice ...
Culturally, Greenland has a lot to offer: a vivacious art scene, interesting gastronomy, exiting music, fashion, architecture and much more.
Hunting and fishing are essential in a country like Greenland in which the summers are short and the climate isn't suitable for effective farming.
Orientation. Identification. Greenland was probably originally settled by descendants of the present Inuit culture, who identify the island as Kalaalit ...
An brief introduction to the culture and history of Greenland, presented by the tourist board.
Strong cultural roots. During a period of only 110 years the East Greenlandic Inuit have faced many changes, going from a life in total isolation to being a part of ...
Seal hunting has always been the basis of existence for the Inuit in Ammassalik– and it still is for the population of most settlements. The number of seals in East ...
... about Greenlandic arts and crafts, which are both traditional and innovative.
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The tupilak the world-famous figure was originally feared and hated. In its present shape, it is loved by collectors of Inuit art and as an ordinary souvenir for ...
|Median Age:||total: 33.7 years||(2015 est.)|
|Female:||32.5 years||(2015 est.)|
|Male:||34.9 years||(2015 est.)|