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  • Did you know since In 2000, the International Hydrographic Organization created the fifth world ocean?
    In 2000, the International Hydrographic Organization created the fifth world ocean - the Southern Ocean - from the southern portions of the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Pacific Ocean. The Southern Ocean completely surrounds Antarctica.   The Southern Ocean extends ...
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  • Fun facts about Greenland
    The official languages of Greenland are Greenlandic and Danish, but English is also widely understood.   Greenland is spread over an area of 2,175,900 sq km, of which around 85 percent is covered with ice.   The currency of Greenland is ...
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  • Business School Examinations
    In the beginning of June I had my first written exam in sales marketing (Porters 5 Forces, Supply Chain and so on). I got a B! I had hope for an A, but I am satisfied. The second written exam ...
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  • The Greenlandic Flag
    In the beginning of the seventies the Greenlandic people felt that Greenland should have it's own flag. Several artists and creative persons made different suggestions for the design. The first suggestions did not satisfy the people, so the artists ...
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  • The main attraction in Ilulissat is the Ice Fiord
    Visiting Greenland??   The main attraction in Ilulissat is the Ice Fiord   Ilulissat is a city in Northern Greenland.   Located in the Disco Bay just by the Icefjord, from ...
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  • Meeting Brians Family
    In the beginning of July, my boyfriends (Brian) family came to visit from Denmark. It would be the first time I met them in the three years I've been with Brian. Brians brother, Poul (I met him in January, ...
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  • Visiting Iceland?
    Visiting Iceland?   Iceland is a stunningly beautiful place if you enjoy strange and desolate landscapes. Because it is so close to the Arctic Circle, the amount of daylight varies dramatically by season. The sun ...
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  • Svalbard - A must Visit - Norway - Off the Beaten Path
    Svalbard   - Norway A must Visit  Off the Beaten Path   Svalbard  (Russian: грумант, Grumant) is a group of islands located between the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea, Greenland Sea, and the Norwegian ...
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  • My parents moved to Nuuk
    I know i wrote that I would write again soon, but it has been months now. I have been so busy with two study projects and helping my parents get settled in their new house in Nuuk. Yeah, my ...
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  • My grandfather was a bully
    Yes, my grandfather was a bully when he was drunk. He was very harsh to my grandmother. My grandmother has once had both sides of her jaw broken, because my grandfather was drunk. I am of course very sad ...
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  • What does my future look like?
    I wonder - what does my future look like? My strengths: - I never give up - I am clever - I learn fast - I am efficient in doing my job - I am a leader type of person¨ - I can be a team ...
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  • Christmas in Greenland
    In Greenland Christmas is special in many ways. It is a time of the year where families who has not seen each for a year or more gathers and celebrate, goes to church (most Greenlandics are lutherans) and feel at ...
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  • Wonders of Iceland - Places that you will love!
    Jokulsarlon Glacial Lake PhotoBy { Planet Adventure } Jökulsárlón is the largest glacier lagoon or lake in Iceland. Situated in south eastern Iceland, at the head of the Breiðamerkurjökull glacier branching ...
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  • An island of dramatic contrasts - 10 Icelandic Wonders
    By: Katie Hammel Iceland may be small at roughly the size of the US state of Ohio, but it offers more stunning landscapes and natural wonders per square kilometer than you'd expect. The "land of fire ...
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  • Five Can't Miss Experiences in Iceland
    By Arnbjörn Ingimundarson, Longship Travel Designing the perfect trip to the Land of Fire & Ice... Tour The Golden Circle – Þingvellir, Gullfoss & Geysir No trip to Iceland is complete without touring the breathtaking sights that make ...
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  • 5 can't miss offbeat experiences in Reykjavik, Iceland
    By: Reykjavik Backpackers We’ve been contemplating about which 5 things are the most awesome and offbeat, and these are the ones that I thought are the best: 1. Hallgrímskirkja, biggest church in Iceland and I recommend going to the ...
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  • Five Incredible & Epic Adventures in the World by Mark Heers
    By: Mark Heers It is difficult to narrow travels around the world to a few favourite destinations. Some are wondrous for their superb scenery, others for their remarkable history or unique culture. Here are five of my personal favourite destinations ...
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  • Kit’s Five Fantastic Favorite Destinations
    By: Kit Whelan My five MOST favorite destinations on Earth? You could hardly ask for a more difficult topic! Where to begin? I've been to my fair share of villages, cities & countrysides. Choosing just five seemed ...
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  • 10 Things to Do and See in Nuuk, Greenland
    By SungHa Park and Anne Mette Christiansen Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, is the biggest town in the country. About 15,000 people, more than a quarter of the country’s population, live in this city. You’ll find a great ...
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  • 5 Favorites for Young Children in Reykjavik
    By: Elaine Lee, MiniTraveler Canada Last summer we took a family trip to parts Scandinavia. At the time, my son was just over 4 years-old. We visited Stockholm and Copenhagen for the first time and Reykjavik ...
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