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Nanortalik

Nanortalik (nănôkhˈtälĭk), town, Nanortalik dist. (1996 pop. 1,527), SW Greenland, between Cape Farewell and Qaqortoq. It is a fishing center.
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16-day Greenland & Canada on Caribbean Princess - Roundtrip NYC visiting Halifax, Sydney, Nuuk, Qaqortoq, Nanortalik, St.
Kirkwall on Orkney Ports of call in Greenland include Qaqortoq, Narsarsuaq and Nanortalik, along with Icelandic capital Reykjavik and Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands before returning to Dover.
Ports of call in Greenland include Qaqortoq, Narsarsuaq Nanortalik, along with Icelandic capital Reykjavik and Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands before returning to Dover.
Ports of call on the 16-night cruise include Greenland include Qaqortoq, Narsarsuaq and Nanortalik, along with Icelandic capital Reykjavik and Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands before returning to Dover.
His travels take him to Nanortalik, Greenland; to Fort Smith, Northwest Territories, Canada; to Seward, Homer, and Anchorage in Alaska; to Kamchatka and St.
Ports of call: Liverpool, UK - Reykjavik, Iceland - Cruising Prins Christiansund - Cruising Torssukatak - Narsaruaq, Greenland - Cruising Tunulliarfik Fjord - Qaqortoq, Greenland - Cruising Lichtenau Fjord - Cruising Tasermiut Fjord - Nanortalik, Greenland - Tasiilaq, Greenland - Cruising Angmagssalik Fjord - Liverpool, UK
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 bulk carrier MV Lake Erie departed from Nanortalik, Greenland carrying a cargo of 35,000 tonnes for processing in Spain.