The largest island in the world
Greenland is a heavily glaciated and largest island in the world. Geographically, it belongs to North America, but it is still a dependent territory of Denmark. The Greenland Glacier, the second largest in the world after Antarctica, occupies 80 percent of the island's area. The highest mountain in Greenland is Gunnbjørn (3,694 m above sea level). The capital is Nuuk. There are no roads between the towns of Greenland, so they have to fly everywhere.
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