About Grenland

The Greenland we see today was not the same 5 years ago and it will not be the same in 5 years. The small population of Greenland of 56,000 inhabitants is a rare example of a native Northern American population that are a majority in their country and that have kept their own language as the primary language. The Greenlanders are Inuit, descendants of the Eskimos, and have despite their close contact to Denmark through 300 years kept their own distinctive culture. Greenland belongs to the Kingdom of Denmark but has part self rule.


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