Greenland is the biggest island on earth and ironically it is the least populated place and not well known by most of us. It is part of Denmark but Greenland handles much of its business internally and on its way to independence.
It is unusual for a very big place like Greenland to have a very low volume of visitors and add to that fact that it is accessible. Greenland may be outside the chartered places for most who travel to different countries, but anyone who will see the stunning landscapes and the beauty of Danish and Inuit cultures will fall in love with the place.
Here are some of the best destinations in Greenland:
Seeing colors is always refreshing when you are used to seeing all bricks, steel, or dull stones everyday. In some towns, people love colors and have decided to paint their houses. Here are some of the most rainbow like towns in the world:
The locals call Bergen as Bryggen which literally means quay or wharf. The town traces its origins back to the middle ages when the town was the center of trade and commerce in the region. Like most of the old structures in other featured colorful towns, the buildings now are restaurants serving great dishes made from the freshest catch of the day sold in a fish market nearby.
This place has been declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old wharf was rebuilt using the old techniques and patterns dating back to 16th century.
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