About Nuuk
Located only 150 miles south of the Arctic Circle, at the mouth of a group of fjords, Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, is the perfect starting point for a whale-watching trip, a dog-sled ride, or glacier exploration. Daily flights bring visitors to a land that has been inhabited for over 4000 years. The National Museum and Archives exhibits collections of rare Norse and Inuit archaeological artifacts, while the Katuaq Cultural Centre provides a showcase for contemporary Greenlandic art and music.
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