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By Linda Tancs

Most elementary school students probably learn that Greenland isn’t really green. In fact, the Greenland ice sheet covers nearly 82% of it. So except for seeing icebergs (or not seeing them, as the case may be), is there any reason to go there? Air Greenland would have you answer that question in the affirmative, and they’ve put together a site to make their case.  You’ll find out the best time for dog sledding and what to do during the spring, summer and winter tourist seasons.  Yes, there really are three seasons in this Arctic island, the world’s largest island by area.  And don’t forget about the northern lights (aurora borealis), a popular tourist attraction from November to February.

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