MS Astor 8. July Saturday 2017 578 pax

JULY 8th 2017:

Landing to Nanortalik and exploring the city on your own. Throughout the town, there will be different shows to attend until 1 PM.

OPEN AIR MUSEUM the museum will be open from 9 AM to 1 PM
The museum consists of many buildings, an Inuit summer camp and Umiaq and kayak exhibition. It gives a broad picture of community development in Nanortalik dating back to the Inuit time to the present day. Behind the museum, a summer hunting camp has been recreated to show what traditional life is like in the Arctic. Inuit in traditional clothing will show how they lived in days gone by.

CHOIR , FOLK DANCE and KAFFE-MIK  in the Culture House
Kaffe-mik Kaffe-mik (coffee party) is an old tradition where a family invites many guests into their home in case of celebration (weddings, birthdays etc.) to drink coffee or tea and taste the famous Greenlandic cake. The guests stay for 15 to 30 minutes only. We will arrange a kaffe-mik in the Culture House (public toilets inside).

Greenlandic choir Greenlanders are renowned for their singing. Guests can lean back and admire the beautiful church as they listen to peaceful psalms and merry songs. The singers are dressed in Greenlandic national costumes

Greenlandic folk dance. This is a unique opportunity to experience lively Greenlandic folk dances performed by children from 7 to 16 years of age. Originally inspired by Dutch and Scottish whalers, over the centuries these reels have developed into a unique form of folk dancing that is still enjoyed today by young and old alike.

Admission Fee / Tickets 

Folk dance and Kaffe-mik Choir in the Culture Centre 15 US $ 15 € euro

Open air museum 5 US $ 5 € Euro

DEPARTURE 1 PM from the Harbour with good views and photo opportunities of the
The Museum and church will be open during our visit.

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