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Greenland – Ice Cap
2018-05-21 22:01
Greenland 25 km from Kangerlussuaq, you’ll find this amazing Ice Cap. Here, I’ll only cite a sentence from : “nothing… Read More
Greenland – Blue Sky
2018-05-20 22:01
Greenland Apparently, Kangerlussuaq has more than 300 days of clear sky a year. Well, I’m not sure how much truth is in this sentence. The post Greenland – Blue Sky appeared fir… Read More
Greenland – Kangerlussuaq
2018-05-19 22:01
Greenland Kangerlussuaq is a small town with about 500 people living there. Kangerlussuaq is a name of the town and nearby fjord; it means “big fjord”. Kangerlussuaq is a good st… Read More
Greenland – Midnight Sun
2018-05-18 22:01
Greenland Because of its location, in Greenland you can experience long, dark nights in winter (plus enjoy northern lights) and long, sunny days in summer (when the sun stays above the horiz… Read More
Greenland – Northern Lights
2018-05-17 22:01
Greenland The northern lights are a wonderful phenomenon. Its idea is relatively simple, but it’s still very fascinating and effective. Long, dark nights in Greenland (with “some… Read More
Greenland – When To Go
2018-05-16 22:01
Greenland When is the best time to visit Greenland? -Well, the answer is not so obvious. Summer gives lots of possibilities for tourists. However, visiting Greenland in winter is a unique ex… Read More
Greenland – Seals
2018-05-15 22:01
Greenland 5 species of seals can be find in Greenland, i.e., the ringed seal, the harp seal, the hooded seal, and two less common – the bearded seal and the common seal. Seals are quit… Read More
Greenland – Birds
2018-05-14 22:01
Greenland There are about 60 species of birds living all year in Greenland. Many more species visit Greenland only during warmer months. I’ve seen a few cute tiny birds in Greenland, i… Read More
Greenland – Whales
2018-05-13 22:01
Greenland In waters all over Greenland (in summer), it’s possible to spot a few species of whales. The post Greenland – Whales appeared first on Traveling Rockhopper Read More
2018-05-12 22:01
Greenland The musk ox (musk-ox or muskox) is the largest land mammal living in Greenland. From far, musk ox looks like a brown stone (at least some people say it); from close – it&rsqu&hell…Read More

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