Hey we all know the green land as a land of ice. Where earth is covered with fully ice. Today we will know some amazing and interesting facts about greenland which shake your whole body.
Are you ready???
Did you know the ice covers fourth-fifth pat of the greenland about 80% part of greenland .
Did you know the the greenland us world biggest island of the world.
The Ilulissat Icefjord, is located just 250 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle on Greenland’s west coast. The UNESCO announced it the world largest and ice site of the world.
Which cover over 400 square kilometers.
It also a world 's activate ice site which calving the ice at a rate of 35 cubic kilometres in a year.
Did you know in the 2016 the greenland announced the world top 10 visiting sites in the world.
Green land is the world largest island of the world but it also have the world's lowest density in the world.
It contains just 56,000 peoples who live their.
Did you know The greenland also have the world smallest capital. Which name is nuuk.
A fact is that greenland area is about one fourth of the united states.
Did you know just 15000 peoples live the capital of greenland.
The western coast is the warmest place if the sun where mostly peoples of greenland live.
Did you know in winter the northern greenland fall dark without sun.
The opposite happen in winters their sun live for 24 hours. With its bright lights.
And this is the best time to visit greenland.
Also visit canada if you visit greenland because it is only 26 km away from greenland.
Did you know the ice sheet of the greenland hold the 7% of fresh water of the world.
These are 5 things to watch in the greenland.
1. Dog sledding
2. Northern lights
3. Whale watching
5. And the culture of greenland
And the fishes are the biggest source of income of the greenland.
It cover the 85% part of the exportation.
If you want to visit greenland for watching the natural beauty and cultural beauty if the green land keep these words in your busy mind. It helps you a lot.
"Qujanaq” means “thank you”
”Ajunngilaq” means “it’s ok”
”Immaqa” means “maybe”
"Aluu” means “hello”
"Baj” means “bye”
Did you know the 11% part of the greenland population comes from denmark and other countries.
Did you know that at the thickest point of greenland ice sheet is 3500 meters.
The Gunnbjorn’s Mountain is the highest
Point of the greenland. Where you see the northern lights easily.