Herjolfsnes near the southern tip of Greenland was colonized by Vikings circa 985 AD. The contemporary village of Narsaq Kujalleq is just three kilometers northeast of the Norse settlement site.
A mighty glacier off the Greenland Ice Sheet closes Tasermiut Fjord.
Half a dozen mountain glaciers calve into the north side of Prins Christian Sound, Greenland.
An arm of Prins Christian South ends at this huge glacier just northeast of Aappilattoq, Greenland.
The shores of Tasermiut Fjord in Southern Greenland can be scenic.
Fireweed grows along the shores of this lake off Tasermiut Fjord near Tasiusaq, Greenland.
Colorful Arctic tundra blankets a slope off Tasermiut Fjord in Southern Greenland.
Narsarmijit (Narsaq Kujalleq) is the southernmost settlement in Greenland. The Herjolfsnes archaeological site is three kilometers southwest.
The foundations of the 13th century Norse church at Herjolfsnes in southern Greenland can still be seen.
Herjolfsnes was the easternmost Norse settlement in Greenland. From the 10th to the 15th centuries it served as a port of call for ships sailing to/from Iceland and Europe.