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List of islands of Greenland

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List of islands of Greenland

Geography of Greenland

The following is an alphabetical list of the islands of Kalaallit Nunaat (Greenland).

Many of these islands have both a Kalaallisut language name and a European language name.


Upernavik Archipelago

Aappilattoq (Upernavik Icefjord)  • Aappilattoq (Tasiusaq Bay)  • Akia  • Akuliaruseq  • Amarortalik  • Amitsorsuaq  • Anarusuk  • Apparsuit  • Atilissuaq  • Aukarnersuaq  • Ateqanngitsorsuaq  • Horse Head  • Ikerasakassak  • Ikermoissuaq  • Ikermiut  • Illunnguit  • Innaarsuit  • Inussullissuaq  • Iperaq  • Itissaalik  • Kangaarsuk  • Karrat  • Kiatassuaq  • Kiataussaq  • Kingittorsuaq  • Kullorsuaq  • Maniitsoq  • Mattaangassut • Mernoq  • Naajaat  • Nako  • Nasaussaq  • Nuluuk  • Nunaa  • Nunatarsuaq  • Nutaarmiut  • Nutaarmiut (Tasiusaq Bay)  • Nuuluk  • Paagussat  • Paornivik  • Puugutaa  • Qaarsorsuaq  • Qaarsorsuatsiaq  • Qallunaat  • Qaneq  • Qaqaarissorsuaq  • Qasse  • Qeqertaq  • Qeqertarsuaq  • Qullikorsuit  • Saarlia  • Saattoq  • Saattorsuaq  • Saattup Akia  • Sanningassoq  • Saqqarlersuaq  • Singarnaq-Annertussoq  • Sisuarsuit  • Sugar Loaf  • Taartoq  • Tasiusaq  • Timilersua  • Tukingassoq  • Tussaaq  • Tuttorqortooq  • Uigorlersuaq  • Uilortussoq  • Upernavik

See also

External links

  • Islands of Greenland @ United Nations Environment Programme
  • World island information @

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