Portraits of a People: The Faces from the Scoresby Sund Exhibition

Greenland is 80% covered in ice, gets scarcely over 10°C (50°F) even at the height of summer, and is one of the least densely populated landmasses on Earth. These rugged conditions go far in explaining why this remote island, the largest on Earth, is one of the most cherished Arctic voyage attractions. But though most cruises visiting Greenland strive to educate their passengers on the Inuit who call the island home, there’s only so much that can be covered in a standard-length sailing trip. Lately, however, a new Greenland exhibition further explores this fascinating culture in the detail it deserves.

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