Aappilattoq is a village in the Kujalleq municipality in southern Greenland. The name means "sea anemone" in the Greenlandic language. The settlement had 132 inhabitants in 2010. The area of Aappilattoq has been inhabited since the 19th century, but the present-day village was founded in 1922. The main occupations and sources of income are hunting and fishing.
Saint Pierre and Miquelon is a self-governing territorial overseas collectivity of France, situated in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean near Canada. An ideal time for anyone who wants to soak up the lifestyle of the Archipelago and take time to wander around. Live your vacation and discover the emblematic places on the island. Walk around town and along the sea. Visit museums, discover restaurants, indulge in letter-writing and send the original stamps to your family.
Hvalsey ("Whale Island") is located near Qaqortoq, Greenland and is the site of Greenland's largest, best-preserved Norse ruins in the area. There is a church there called Hvalsey Fjord Church. It serves the entire fjord and all of Kambstad Fjord as well, which is beside it.
Qaqortoq is a town in the Kujalleq municipality in southern Greenland. It is the most populous town in southern Greenland and the fourth-largest town on the island. Tourism is a significant contributor to the economy of the town. The Great Greenland Fur-house is a popular tourist attraction. Tourists are offered year-round activities such as kayaking, hiking, whale-watching, cross-country skiing, and boating.
Nanortalik, which means "Place of Polar Bears", is a town in the Kujalleq municipality in southern Greenland. It is the southern-most town in Greenland. Nanortalik is located on a small island on the shores of the Labrador Sea and is most well known for its towering mountain peaks. The mountains in the region can easily be compared with the toughest routes in the Alps, and challenging ascents should only be attempted by experienced climbers.
Reykjavik is a perfect town, with plenty of room, clean air, vibrant culture and beautiful environment. The southernmost capital of the world has it all. To enrich your knowledge of the Norwegian and Icelandic culture, visit the National Museum and the wooden buildings of the old city of Reykjavik. Afterwards leave the city behind and drive across landscapes of fire, ice and geysers to indulge in spas, that steam gushes.Don't miss such an ethereal experience.
Its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and opportunities for outdoor adventure make it a truly unforgettable destination!
St. Anthony is a town located on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland, Canada. It is known for its stunning natural beauty, with rugged coastline, towering cliffs, and nearby fjords. The town is also famous for its cultural heritage, as the birthplace of Sir Wilfred Grenfell, a famous doctor and humanitarian who dedicated his life to improving healthcare in the area.
St. Anthony is also a popular destination for whale watching, with opportunities to see humpback whales, minke whales, and even orcas in the surrounding waters.
Here you can get a feel of what an Arctic ghost town is like, as you’ll visit the abandoned Skoldungen settlement, where inhabitants were forced to move to larger, more accessible towns in 1961. The narrow part of Skoldungen fjord, in Greenland, is a great place to explore by Zodiac and kayak, allowing you to glide past icebergs and take some great photographs.
Uunartoq Qeqertaq, Greenlandic for "The Warming Island", is an island that was only acknowledged as such in September 2005, by an American explorer Dennis Schmitt, off the east central coast of Greenland, 550 km (340 mi) north of the Arctic Circle. Members of the scientific community believe that this newly discovered island is a direct result of global warming. The island has three large peninsulas, and thus resembles the letter W.
Entering the port of Halifax, capital of Nova Scotia, the Peggys Cove, the Citadel Hill and Akkadian County are just some of the sights that you'll see. Do not miss the Historic Properties along the coast, fully renovated, with cobblestone streets surrounded by many boutiques, cafes and pubs.
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