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Greenland, Kulusuk

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Kulusuk (or Qulusuk) is a small island settlement with less then 300 Inuit inhabitans in southeastern Greenland municipality of Sermersooq. It has airport with direct connections to Nuuk on the western coast, Reykjavík in Iceland, and Tasiilaq on Ammassalik Island.

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