The west coast of Greenland above the Arctic circle is one of the most scenic but inhospitable places on earth with glaciers flowing down from the ice cap, majestic icebergs floating along the fjords and out to sea, plates of sea ice in the more northern latitudes, and a few small settlements and towns dotted along the coast.
This visual tour of the west coast of Greenland from the Evighedsfjorden just below the Arctic circle to the northernmost latitude reachable by ship in the summer months, ~80° N, reveals the stunning beauty of this rarely visited island country.
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