Unesco Heritage Sites In South & North Greenland

Unesco Heritage Sites In South & North Greenland

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Just look at the two places Greenland proudly calls UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In North Greenland, the Ilulissat Icefjord is a sea full of ice as far as the eye can detect and a ground zero for seeing a changing climate. In South Greenland, the Kujataa Norse and Inuit Farming region is a vast network of small-scale sheep farms, modern-day towns and settlements, and well-preserved structures from the 10th century.

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Just look at the two places Greenland proudly calls UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In North Greenland, the Ilulissat Icefjord is a sea full of ice as far as the eye can detect and a ground zero for seeing a changing climate. In South Greenland, the Kujataa Norse and Inuit Farming region is a vast network of small-scale sheep farms, modern-day towns and settlements, and well-preserved structures from the 10th century.

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This video was published on Biites 26/03/2019
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