Nanortalik


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Nanortalik

(nănôkh`tälĭk), town, Nanortalik dist. (1996 pop. 1,527), SW Greenland, between Cape Farewell and Qaqortoq. It is a fishing center.
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Historian Jensen; anthropologist and archaeologist Hans Christian Gullov (both National Museum of Denmark's Ethnographic Collection and Greenland Research Centre); and Kristine Raahauge, director of Nanortalik Museum and sometime mayor of Nanortalik, summarize the substantial archaeological, documentary, and ethnographic evidence they collected on the meeting of cultures at Cape Farewell, focusing especially on the East Greenlandic immigrants and the German Moravian mission in the 19th century.
This cruise calls first at Torshavn in the Faroe Islands, then Reykjavik in Iceland, travelling on to the Greenland ports of Narsarsuaq, Nuuk and Nanortalik and then finally to Invergordon in Scotland before returning to Newcastle.
The Nalunaq gold deposit is situated in South Greenland, and is located 6 km from an ice-free, deep-water fjord, 40 km from existing port facilities in Nanortalik.
Crew owns a 67% interest in the Nalunaq gold deposit in South Greenland, which is located 6 km from an ice-free, deep-water fjord, 40 km from existing post facilities in Nanortalik.
The cruise will be visiting Qaqortoq, Narsarsuaq and Nanortalik (all in Greenland), and Isafjordur and Reykjavik in Iceland.
The Nalunaq Gold Deposit is located 6 km from an ice-free, deep-water fjord, and 40 km from existing port facilities in Nanortalik.
Crew is earning a 67% interest in the Nalunaq Joint Venture, which is located 6 km from an ice-free, deep-water fjord, 40 km from existing port facilities in Nanortalik.
This expansion of the Nanortalik License allows the company to include numerous additional highly anomalous sites recognized during previous regional exploration campaigns, in its development of this new gold district in south Greenland.
Crew is the operator and is earning a 67% interest in the Nalunaq Gold Deposit, which is located 6 km from an ice-free, deep-water fjord, 40 km from existing port facilities in Nanortalik.
An office and warehouse in Nanortalik have been set up to support the operation.