Aka, Kalaalit Nunaat. This tourism etc. site is very user friendly, with downright seductive photos! Next plane to Reykjavik!!!
They say after WW2 the people wanted to “modernize,” and so traditional Inuit ways are disappearing. I have mixed feelings about that as someone looking into my own Indigenous heritage/s. Recently I saw a documentary, mostly about Inuit in Nunavut Territory, Canada, but one who often trekked more than a thousand miles over ice to NW Greenland in Spring had to fly one recent year because the ice wasn’t there or thick enough. And subsistence whaling and sealing there was said to be becoming alot harder because they relied on the ice traditionally, just like the polar bears we hear so much about now, with Global Warming.
Indigenous issues aren’t all cut and dried, so to speak….