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During the summer, South Greenland fully lives up to its Danish name, Green Land, as this is the most fertile part of the country. In fact most of the flora of Greenland grow in this particular region. Along the fjords you will see isolated sheep farms, some of which have paths and rough roads leading to them, while for others the only contact with the outside world is by boat or radio transmitter. But South Greenland is not just known for its fertility, mountains and abundant flowers; it also has glaciers, icebergs in all shapes and colours, and fantastic Northern Lights which can be enjoyed from the end of August. The field ice is a remarkable phenomenon of South Greenland. This ice is formed in the Arctic Ocean north of Greenland and carried by the current down the east coast, round Cape Farewell and up into South Greenland's bays and fjords. Unlike the icebergs, the field ice consists of enormous sheets of frozen salt water, up to three metres thick, which are in constant motion.This means that even during a short visit to South Greenland you will have the opportunity to experience towns and settlements, glaciers and historical sites as well as the distinctive culture of the region.
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