Narsarsuaq Ariport from above.
Narsarsuaq was established in 1941 by the US Army Airforce under the codename Bluie West One.
During WWII is was an important steppingstone for planes crossing the Atlantic.
The US Airforce left the base in 1958 and it is now the gateway to Southern Greenland.
Across the fiord Eric the Red - the first European to settle in Greenland and whom Greenland can thank for its European name - had his farm.
View from Signal Hill near Narsarsuaq Airport.Narsarsuaq was built by US Army Airforce in 1941 and wa...
In the 1970'ies the Danish govornment made an experimental extraction of uranium from the mountatin "...
Narsaq River CanyonNarsaq river drains the melting water from Ilamaasaq glacier.The area is a popular...
Narsap Ilua beachBeach near Narsaq and the geologically interesting Kuannersuaq to the Northwest.Kuan...
Narsaq Point.A small peninsulla near Narsaq.Once home to an American observation and communication po...
View over Narsaq from "Sheepfarmers flagpole"The old harbour with "A34" at the roof of the old storag...
View towards Narsaq and Narsaq Heliport from the North West.
Qaqortoq city square and fountain.The city square is the old city center with the oldest buildings in...
Fountain area in Qaqortoq Town.
Qaqortoq Marina gives a good view of the capitol of South Greenland.It's the administrative and educa...
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