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Nuuk, also known by its Danish name of Godthåb (Good Hope), is the capital and administrative centre of Greenland. Greenland's biggest town is a wonderful mix of modern civilisation and tradition, and has a beautiful hinterland and an enormous complex of fjords well worth visiting, the numerous icebergs and the sheer glacial wall make a spectacular sight. The cathedral is in the area near the colonial harbour, in the water right next to the cathedral, is the beautiful 'Sassuma Arnaa' (' Mother of the Sea'), a granite figure which is visible at low tide and which disappears at high tide. The statue of Hans Egede stands on a hilltop looking out over the sea. From this hilltop there's a lovely view of the fjord and the town, The colonial harbour is also the venue for a visit to the excellent national museum, Nunatta Katersugaasivia, the main building has a fine exhibition of national costumes, tools and other historical artefacts and is also home to the Qilakitsoq mummies - 6 women and 2 children who were found close to Uummannaq.
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