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Upernavik

Upernavik (Kalaallisut: "Springtime Place") is a small town in the Qaasuitsup municipality in northwestern Greenland, located on a small island of the same name. With 1,129 inhabitants as of 2010, it is the thirteenth-largest town in Greenland. Owing to the small size of the settlement, everything is within walking distance. It contains the Upernavik Museum.

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Uummannaq Island - Transport - Sea
... Umiaq Line had provided ferry services from Nuuk to Upernavik, calling at Uummannaq, Ilulissat, and Aasiaat within the Qaasuitsup municipality ... M/S Sarpik Ittuk−which serviced Disko Bay, Uummannaq Fjord and the Upernavik Archipelago−was sold in 2006 to Nova Cruising, a company from The Bahamas ... of Royal Arctic Line links Uummannaq with Upernavik ...
Upernavik - Photographs
... Northwestern part of Upernavik in midnight sun The cemetery and city behind The old church, which is the second-oldest building in the town The cemetery the graves are decorated with ...
Nunavik Peninsula - Settlements
... It is largely uninhabited − permanent settlements are located in the Upernavik Archipelago off the north-west-northern coast of the peninsula, including Upernavik Kujalleq ...
Upernavik Municipality
... Upernavik Municipality was one of the municipalities of Greenland, until 31 December 2008 ... was home to approximately 3,000 people, while 1,144 live in the town of Upernavik, and the remainder live in ten other settlements, including Kullorsuaq, with a population of about 400 ... Air Greenland operates air services to Upernavik ...
List Of Islands Of Greenland - Upernavik Archipelago
... Aappilattoq (Upernavik Icefjord) • Aappilattoq (Tasiusaq Bay) • Akia • Akuliaruseq • Amarortalik • Amitsorsuaq • Anarusuk • Apparsuit • Atilissuaq • Aukarnersuaq • Ateqanngitsorsuaq ...