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The timezone in Ringhorne is America/Danmarkshavn
Morning Sunrise at 12:22 and Evening Sunset at 17:06. It's Dark
Rough GPS position Latitude. 63.0500°, Longitude. -42.1500°

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Geographic features & Photographs around Ringhorne in Østgrønland, Greenland

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

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

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

nunatak a rock or mountain peak protruding through glacial ice.

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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.

peninsula an elongate area of land projecting into a body of water and nearly surrounded by water.

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

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

inlet a narrow waterway extending into the land, or connecting a bay or lagoon with a larger body of water.

nunataks rocks or mountain peaks protruding through glacial ice.

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

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

coast a zone of variable width straddling the shoreline.

gorge(s) a short, narrow, steep-sided section of a stream valley.

upland an extensive interior region of high land with low to moderate surface relief.

cove(s) a small coastal indentation, smaller than a bay.

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

valley an elongated depression usually traversed by a stream.

peaks pointed elevations atop a mountain, ridge, or other hypsographic features.

lake a large inland body of standing water.