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by David C. King

eBook Greenland (Cultures of the World) download ISBN: 0761431187
Author: David C. King
Publisher: Benchmark Books (December 1, 2008)
Language: English
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In "Cultures of the World Azerbaijan", author David King leads readers into the most challenging set of nations .

In "Cultures of the World Azerbaijan", author David King leads readers into the most challenging set of nations yet published in the "Cultures of the World" series, the Asiatic states of the former Soviet Union. For Azerbaijan, the greatest challenge concerns scarcity of sources, particularly in English. King continues through chapters ranging from economy to arts to food drawing attention to ancient and modern aspects of Azerbaijani society and culture unfamiliar to the outside world. Two chapters highlight this approach. In Arts the author discusses development of literature and music.

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The culture of Greenland has much in common with Greenlandic Inuit tradition, as the majority of people are descended from Inuit. Many people still go ice fishing and there are annual dog-sled races in which everyone with a team participates. However, Greenland has now become somewhat of a tourist attraction. It holds contests to attract tourists such as dog racing, ice fishing, hiking, and cross country racing.

Greenland is the world's largest island, located between the Arctic and Atlantic oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. It is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark. Though physiographically a part of the continent of North America, Greenland has been politically and culturally associated with Europe (specifically Norway and Denmark, the colonial powers, as well as the nearby island of Iceland) for more than a millennium.

Celebrates the diversity of life through the exploration of cultures around the world. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780761431183. Release Date:January 2009.

75% of the populations of Greenland live in the towns. Probably some descendants of the present Inuit culture settled down in Greenland and named the island as Kalaalit Nunaat meaning land of the people. Therefore Greenland Culture has much in common with Inuit tradition. People usually hunt seal or other animals. 75% of the populations of Greenland live in the towns. They built their own winter houses.

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Template:Pp-pc1 Template:Other uses Template:Pp-move-indef Template:Use dmy dates Template:Use British (Oxford) English Template:Infobox country. Greenland (Template:IPAc-en; Template:Lang-kl Template:IPA-kl; Template:Lang-da Template:IPA-da) is an autonomous administrative division within the Danish Realm between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, east of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

Provides information on the geography, history, governmental structure, economy, cultural diversity, peoples, religion, and culture of Greenland.