is the largest island in the world. Its width would take you from Glasgow to Poland, and its southern extent would reach Algiers in North Africa. Despite its vast area it has only 50.000 people, most descended from Inuit ( Eskimo) people who came across from Canada 4,000 years ago when there was a land bridge. It’s 90% tundra (ice, snow, glaciers) with very little greenery. It’s very expensive too, for its only product is fish - all the rest (meat, vegetables, and many other items) has to be imported.
They have their own language; and Greenland is a dependancy of Denmark, using the danish Kroner as currency.