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|Or just Church of our Savior (Vor Frelser Kirke) is the cathedral of Greenland. It was build 1849.|
Up to 1993 the cathedral of Greenland was the same as in Copenhagen, but by law Vor Frelse Kirke became cathedral of Greenland. The first bishop was Kristian Mørk (1994) but 1995 Sofie Petersen became bishop at the age of 39. She is a native of Greenland and was also the second fema...
|To keep up all communication in Greenland a set of antennas and satellite dishes were set at each city and village of Greenland.|
These ones in Nuuk are for TV from Denmark but also for phones and Internet. From here the signals go down to Tele Greenlands distribution center to the left and then sent throughout Greenland.
To reach every part of Greenland Tele Greenl...
|The Parliament of Greenland (Kalaallisut: Kalaallit Nunaanni Inatsisartut; Danish: Grønlands Landsting) is the legislature (in this case, a parliament) in the government of Greenland, an autonomous province of Denmark. The government of Greenland is also called Home Rule of Greenland.|
|Air Greenland has 6 Dash-7 planes in their fleet.|
All transportation between cities in Greenland is carried out by either plane, helicopter or ship because there aren't any roads between them.
And because of this it's VERY expensive to travel around Greenland.
|Ringing Rocks is a phenomenon where rocks have the curious property of resonating like a bell when struck with a hammer or other object. One such place where this can be observed is in Ringing Rocks Park located near Bridgeton, Bucks County, Pennsylvania USA.|
|This aerial view looks west over the 250-meter-deep circular lake that fills the New Quebec Crater, a relatively large, well-preserved crater. The interior topography of the crater is covered by lake sediments that inhibit a determination of whether the structure has a small central uplift. The rocks involved in this impact event are ancient and strongly deformed gneisses of the Precambrian shi...||08/12/2005||1,522|
|In 1953 when Greenland became an equal part of the Danish kingdom, many Danes came to Qaqortoq to start up the municipal administration. This meant that the town grew rapidly and the agriculture, which had been here since the 1800‘s had to move somewhere else.|
Upernaviarsuk was the place, very close to Qaqortoq, where today‘s agricultural test farming takes place. It is a service...
|Old Harry Rocks at Handfast Point is situated in the English Channel where the Purbeck Hills fall into the sea in Dorset, England. |
The rocks include a collection of islands, a natural arch, stacks and stumps are formed by the erosion of the chalk cliffs.
|The Thule (pronounced /ˈtuːliː/) or proto-Inuit were the ancestors of all modern Inuit. They developed in coastal Alaska by AD 1000 and expanded eastwards across Canada, reaching Greenland by the 13th century. In the process, they replaced people of the earlier Dorset culture that had previously inhabited the region. The appellation "Thule" originates from the location of Thul...||07/19/2009||343|
|This is the capitol city of Greenland. It has about 15.000 people living there. Although it belongs politically to Denmark, geographically it belongs to North America.||10/11/2005||1,870|
|USAF Base at Thule, Greenland, 695 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Charming Spot||07/24/2005||1,870|
|One of many Royal Greenland prawn trawlers.||03/02/2009||528|