Traveling Luck for Ikermiit Østgrønland, Greenland Greenland flag

Alternatively known as Ikermit, Ikermiut, Ikermît

The timezone in Ikermiit is America/Danmarkshavn
Morning Sunrise at 04:54 and Evening Sunset at 00:46. It's Dark
Rough GPS position Latitude. 62.2667°, Longitude. -42.1167°

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Geographic features & Photographs around Ikermiit in Østgrønland, Greenland

island a tract of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.

nunatak a rock or mountain peak protruding through glacial ice.

fjord a long, narrow, steep-walled, deep-water arm of the sea at high latitudes, usually along mountainous coasts.

islands tracts of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water at high water.

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cape a land area, more prominent than a point, projecting into the sea and marking a notable change in coastal direction.

mountain an elevation standing high above the surrounding area with small summit area, steep slopes and local relief of 300m or more.

point a tapering piece of land projecting into a body of water, less prominent than a cape.

cliff(s) a high, steep to perpendicular slope overlooking a waterbody or lower area.

cleft(s) a deep narrow slot, notch, or groove in a coastal cliff.

ancient site a place where archeological remains, old structures, or cultural artifacts are located.

bay a coastal indentation between two capes or headlands, larger than a cove but smaller than a gulf.

marine channel that part of a body of water deep enough for navigation through an area otherwise not suitable.

populated place a city, town, village, or other agglomeration of buildings where people live and work.

icecap a dome-shaped mass of glacial ice covering an area of mountain summits or other high lands; smaller than an ice sheet.

promontory(-ies) a bluff or prominent hill overlooking or projecting into a lowland.

glacier(s) a mass of ice, usually at high latitudes or high elevations, with sufficient thickness to flow away from the source area in lobes, tongues, or masses.