Saattut

Saattut is a small settlement that is situated 26 kilometres northeast of Uummannaq. The settlement derives its name from the flat islands on which the settlement is located, which are an unusual sight in a region that's characterised by numerous high fells with steep slopes. The primary occupation in the village is fishing. In the village you can get close to the Greenlandic culture, where a day of fishing and hunting is an experience in itself. The city has, among other things, a service house, a town hall, a church and a kiosk.

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Means 'the flat islands'

Former spelling is Sâtut

Approx. 225 inhabitants

A Dog Sled Heading Into The Sunset Near Sisimiut In Greenland

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