Synonyms for sisimiut or Related words with sisimiut

qaqortoq              ilulissat              narsaq              qeqertarsuaq              nuuk              paamiut              tasiilaq              qaanaaq              maniitsoq              aasiaat              kangerlussuaq              upernavik              qasigiannguit              kulusuk              nanortalik              kangaatsiaq              narsarsuaq              uummannaq              kujalleq              qaasuitsup              aappilattoq              qeqqata              ilimanaq              holsteinsborg              kullorsuaq              ikamiut              godhavn              longyearbyen              qeqertaq              kangersuatsiaq              ukkusissat              kuummiit              qaarsut              itilleq              hundested              akunnaaq              icefjord              sermersooq              niaqornat              umanak              stokmarknes              nuussuaq              gamvik              varanger              hitra              oqaatsut              narsarmijit              innaarsuit              arsuk              hammerfest             



Examples of "sisimiut"
Roads in Sisimiut, including the road to the airport, are surfaced, but there is no road linking Sisimiut to any other settlement.
Before the airport was opened in the 1990s, Sisimiut had been served by the now-closed heliport, located on the eastern outskirts of the town, in Sisimiut valley.
Sisimiut Museum (Greenlandic: Sisimiut Katersugaasiviat) is a museum in Sisimiut, Greenland. Located in a historical building near the harbour, specialises in Greenlandic trade, industry and shipping, with artifacts based on ten years of archaeological research and excavations of the ancient Saqqaq culture settlements near the town, offering an insight into the culture of the region of 4,000 years ago.
There is no road reaching Sarfannguit, but it would be connected to the proposed Sisimiut-Kangerlussuaq road, which has been discussed for several years, but not built. Snowmobiles are used in winter to connect to Sisimiut, roughly 50 km away.
The closest aerodrome is Sisimiut Airport in Sisimiut, with connections to Ilulissat, Kangerlussuaq, Maniitsoq, and Nuuk operated by Air Greenland. There are no helicopter services to coastal settlements of Davis Strait in the Qeqqata and Sermersooq municipalities.
Sisimiut Airport () is an airport located northwest of Sisimiut, a town in the Qeqqata municipality in central-western Greenland. The airport has a single runway designated 13/31 which measures , built on the northern shore of Kangerluarsunnguaq Bay.
The closest aerodrome is Sisimiut Airport in Sisimiut, with connections to Ilulissat, Kangerlussuaq, Maniitsoq, and Nuuk operated by Air Greenland. There are no helicopter services to coastal settlements of Davis Strait in the Qeqqata and Sermersooq municipalities.
Hotel Sisimiut is a hotel located at Aqqusinersuaq 86, in the northeastern outskirts of Sisimiut, Greenland. It is used regularly for conferences and contains one of the most notable restaurants in the town, "Restaurant Nasaasaaq" and "Bar Aaveq".
Sisimiut Airport is located to the northwest of the town, at the mouth of the Kangerluarsunnguaq Bay. Before the airport was opened in the 1990s, Sisimiut had been served by the now-closed heliport, located on the eastern outskirts of the town, in the Sisimiut valley. The airport has a short, runway suitable only for STOL airplanes. Travel outside of Greenland is routed with a change of planes at Kangerlussuaq Airport. Air Greenland operates scheduled services to Nuuk, Maniitsoq, and Ilulissat. Taxis as well as an infrequent town bus service connect the airport with the center of Sisimiut.
Maniitsoq is served by Air Greenland with flights to Nuuk, Kangerlussuaq, and Sisimiut.
The bay provides a sheltered waterway for the town of Sisimiut. Both the commercial port and the harbour are located on the southern shore of the bay, on the mainland. The bay is used for recreational yachting and boating. The Qeqqata municipality is planning the expansion of the residential area in Sisimiut in the 2010s, with the area north of the bay reserved for real estate. Several camping sites are scattered in Sisimiut valley at the head of the bay.
Sisimiut Hydro Power Plant is a hydroelectric power plant near Sisimiut, Greenland. Construction started in March 2007 and the plant was commissioned on 7 April 2010. The initial capacity of the power plant is 15 MW. The construction included of concrete constructions, a blasted tunnel with length of and a pressure pipe with length of . The altitude difference is . Produced electricity is transferred to Sisimiut by new long 60 kV high voltage line.
KNI and its subsidiary Pilersuisoq, a state-owned chain of all-purpose general stores in Greenland, are based in Sisimiut. The Pilersuisoq chain operates in all small settlements in the country, as well as smaller towns which are not covered by supermarket chains. A range of shops operate in Sisimiut, from chain supermarkets of Pisiffik and Brugsen to independent outlets, also serving supplies to the smaller settlements in the region. "Polaroil", a liquid fuel distribution company, is headquartered in Sisimiut. It employs 70 staff and operates 70 stations in Greenland. The headquarters were moved from Maniitsoq to Sisimiut in the late 2000s. In 2010 KNI announced plans to also move the operational base of Polaroil from Maniitsoq to Sisimiut, causing protests in the former community already experiencing depopulation. Other facilities include two banks, a library, a Post Greenland office and a small hospital/health center with 19 beds.
In the 1960s, Danish authorities began construction of communal apartment blocks in most towns in Greenland, including Sisimiut.
Siumut Amerdlok Kunuk is a football club based in Sisimiut, Greenland. They play in the Coca Cola GM.
Taseralik Culture Center () is a cultural center in Sisimiut, a town in western Greenland, the second-largest town in the country. Located in the eastern part of Sisimiut, on the shore of the small Nalunnguarfik lake, Taseralik is the second such center in Greenland, after Katuaq in Nuuk, the capital.
Sisimiut Municipality was a municipality in Greenland until 31 December 2008. Its administrative center was Sisimiut. Within its borders were also the settlements of Itilleq and Sarfannguaq, as well as the settlement of Kangerlussuaq, which has Greenland's largest airport. It was incorporated into the new Qeqqata municipality on 1 January 2009.
At the terminal there is a Post Greenland box, a soft drink machine and television, and a small exhibition from the Sisimiut Museum. A workstation in kiosk mode provides tourist, municipal and airport related information. Taxis as well as an infrequent town bus service connect the airport with the center of Sisimiut.
Sarfannguit is located on the eastern promontory of an island of the same name, approximately east of Sisimiut, facing the mainland of Greenland across the Imartuninnguaq Strait, at this point only wide. The strait opens into the Amerloq Fjord in the west, which then heads to the west, emptying into Davis Strait south of Sisimiut. Ikertooq Fjord bounds the island from the south.
Migrants from the smaller settlements such as rapidly depopulating Kangaamiut choose to migrate to Sisimiut, the capital in Nuuk, and sometimes to Denmark, rather than Maniitsoq. Kangerlussuaq and Sisimiut are the only settlement in the Qeqqata municipality exhibiting stable growth patterns over the last two decades.