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Qarqortoq See and Do

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Located on an uninhabited island near Qaqortoq, the Uunartoq Hot Springs is the country's only naturally heated outdoor spa. These waters have been a destination for locals and travelers alike for over 1,000 years—legend has it that Leif Eriksson...
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Most cities can't boast of having their own lake, so nature lovers are sure to enjoy hiking around Qaqortoq’s main water supply, Lake Tasersuaq. It's just a short walk from the city center; once you arrive, you can hit the trails around the...
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Torvevej, Julianehåb, Greenland
Stone and Man, a permanent outdoor art installation launched in the 1990s, features the stone carvings of 40 different artists. Conceived by Greenlandic artist Aka Høegh, the installation includes 40 works located around the city by creators...
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Torvevej, Julianehåb, Greenland
The Qaqortoq Museum is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Qaqortoq, a former blacksmith's workshop from the early 1800s near the main square. The museum's exhibits are dedicated to the Paleo-Eskimo Dorset, Thule and Norse cultures. You can...
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Greenland
For the past millennium, the southern region of Greenland has beckoned explorers to its surprisingly fertile shores. Starting around the year 1000 C.E., Norse people began to settle here, followed not long after by Christian missionaries. Located...