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The World's Largest Island

Despite Greenland’s remoteness, it is still very accessible. Approximately 80% of the country is covered in ice and with what seem to be endless fjords. Greenland offers breathtaking scenery as well as raw and wild nature around every bend.

Interesting Facts

  • Size: 2.166.086 sq. km
  • Capital: Nuuk
  • Population: 56.000
  • Language: Greenlandic
  • Currency: Danish Krona
  • Time: UTC
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More about Greenland

Greenland is the largest island in the world, covering almost 2,200,000 square kilometers. In Greenlandic, the country “Kalaaliit Nunaat“ means “Land of the People.“ It is home to the largest national park in the world (Kalaallit Nunaanni nuna eqqissisimatitaq). The official language is Greenlandic (Kalaallisut) which closely resembles the language of the Inuit people in Canada and Alaska. However, Danish is also an official language taught in most schools and widely spoken. The population of Greenland is around 56,000, with around one third living in the capital, Nuuk. Greenland also has the second largest body of ice in the world, the Greenland ice sheet which covers almost 2,900 kilometers.