Nuuk (Danish, Godthåb) Capital and largest town of Greenland, at the mouth of a group of fjords on the sw coast. Founded in 1721, it is the oldest Danish settlement in Greenland. Industries: fishing and fish processing, scientific research. Pop. (2000) 13,400.
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