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Arctic Incoming sells a good selection of local crafts and carvings...
Greenland's largest bookshop has a limited but extremely well-chosen selection of books in English dealing with Greenlandic history, culture, economy, politics and natural history...
The sweet little Brille-Lief Opticians Shop is made of pink Igaliku sandstone and was originally built as Greenland's first public bathhouse (1931). It sells lovely postcards as well as spectacles.
Sells camping, hiking, fishing and skiing equipment plus all-important anti-mosquito head-nets (Dkr40 to Dkr45). Knowledgeable and extremely obliging staff can offer exploration tips and contacts.
The local leathercraft shop and handicrafts centre Ameq Aasiaat focuses on traditional tanning, drying, sewing and embroidery skills. There's also a small sealskin processing plant.
Stocks souvenir books, maps and some English-language reading material. It also has a pay phone, a public fax service and one Internet terminal (per minute Dkr1).
Framing shop with a small but unrivalled collection of original lithographs and prints by both new and established stars of Greenlandic modern art.
Greenland's main publisher. The office is most useful to buy Dkr4 postcards and the Birds in Greenland guide (Dkr135).
Pisiffik stores , on Alanngukasik and Noah Møgårdip Aqq;, is one of the best supermarkets.
Sells souvenir coffee-table books and a few English-language books on Greenlandic topics.
Camera supplies and processing (Dkr89) are available from the Panasonic Center .
Small range of Greenlandic jewellery and furs, along with teas and Danish chocolates.
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