Download Greenland Administrative Boundary GIS Data for – National, Municipality and more

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Download Shapefile Data of Greenland

Greenland, the world’s largest island, spans over 2,166,086 square kilometers. Located between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans, it is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark. The island is predominantly covered by ice sheets, with its capital, Nuuk, situated on the southwest coast. Despite its vast size, Greenland has a small population concentrated in coastal areas.

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Download Greenland National Boundary Shapefile

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Download Greenland Municipalities Shapefile Data

Municipalities in Greenland are administrative units, aiding local governance and services. They facilitate direct interaction between the government and communities, contributing to efficient development efforts. Please verify for recent changes.

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Download Greenland Municipality Boundaries Shapefile

here is a list of the 6 Municipalities of Greenland:

  1. Northeast Greenland National Park
  2. Avannaata
  3. Sermersooq
  4. Kujalleq
  5. Qeqqata
  6. Qeqertalik

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