Uummannaq Island - Photographs


  • The port in Uummannaq town

  • A restored traditional Greenlandic turf house serving the children of Denmark as the 'Santa Claus Castle', where they can write letters.

  • Aerial view of the southern part of Uummannaq Island from the Air Greenland Bell 212 helicopter during the Uummannaq-Qaarsut flight

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