Ilulissat Icefiord – World Heritage

The Ilulissat Ice Fiord is an outstanding example of a stage in the history of the Earth: the last ice age of the Quaternary Period. The glacier has been the object of scientific attention for 250 years and has significantly added to our understanding of ice cap glaciology, climate changes and related geomorphic processes. The inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List will result in an increased interest in Ilulissat, the Disko Bay, indeed in all of Greenland, which will result in an increased inrush of tourists. This will undoubtedly mean a lot to the economy.

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