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Qaqortoq is South Greenland's biggest town. The town covers a large area that has slowly spread up the sides of the fells. Qaqortoq now resembles an amphitheatre. The colourful houses shine in the Arctic sun. Old Qaqortoq was concentrated around around the square and it's here that you'll find the town's oldest house from 1804, which has now been turned into a museum. Local artist Aka Høegh and a number of foreign artists have created a large number of sculptures in the rocks. On the other side of the harbour is Greenland's only tannery and to which sealskins from the whole country are sent for processing. Hvalsey church ruins are the best preserved ruins from the time of the Norse settlers. The hot springs at Uunartoq are unmissable, in a couple of natural waterholes 38-degree hot water bubbles up from below and you can lie in the warm water and admire the huge icebergs floating by - a truly unforgettable experience. Close to the springs you can find a number of ruins of Eskimo dwellings dating from the 16th century.
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