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Grónsko psie záprahy 3 - Discover the World of Greenland Top 6 arktických atrakcie - Svet cestovať

Greenland Dog Sledding 3 - Discover the World of Greenland Top 6 Arctic Attractions - A World to Travel

A Broad Abroad heads to Greenland and discovers how to dress for an arctic blast at any time of the year.

How to Dress for the Arctic in 13 Easy Steps

A Broad Abroad heads to Greenland and discovers how to dress for an arctic blast at any time of the year.

Finger Pulling, Head Pulling and Kick the Seal: The Craziest Sports in the Arctic Games held in Greenland

Finger Pulling, Head Pulling and Kick the Seal: The Craziest Sports in the Arctic Games held in Greenland

In Greenland, the majority of the populace are either full or partially Inuit, a people who have lived self-sufficiently on the island for tens of thousands of years.  So they hunt and eat and wear what they kill. The clothing they made hundreds of years ago is still being made today — in the same way.

Greenland: Where Polar Bear, Seal, and Fox Fur Are In

Greenland Fashion: Where Polar Bear, Seal and Fox Fur Are In

Psí spřežení, Grónsko

Dog sledding through Greenland's amazing landscape is something that will warm your soul with its natural impressions and cultural twists.

In our third and final post on the Faroe Islands, we've included a detailed itinerary for our trip and plenty of insider tips & driving directions to our favorite destinations. If the Faroe Islands aren't on your bucket list already, they will be soon! Click through to read more now or pin for later!

Complete Guide to the Faroe Islands (With Full Itinerary

A detailed itinerary for travel in the Faroe Islands, a territory of Denmark, plus plenty of insider tips & driving directions to our favorite destinations. If the Faroe Islands aren't on your bucket list already, they will be soon!

The (disappearing) ice sheet in Greenland, which is around 110,00 years old, covers 80 percent of the country and is 3 kilometers thick at its deepest point, but is generally 2 kilometers thick. See what it's like to travel through them

The Famously Beautiful Fjords and Eerie Ghost Towns of Greenland

The (disappearing) ice sheet in Greenland, which is around 110,00 years old, covers 80 percent of the country and is 3 kilometers thick at its deepest point, but is generally 2 kilometers thick. See what it's like to travel through them

Eskimos, North Pole - Child wants to be an Eskimo for Halloween

Eskimos or Inuits get to be defined as “members of an indigenous people of Greenland, northern Canada, Alaska and northeastern Siberia, characterized by short, stocky build and light-brown complexion.

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