The Crossing of Greenland

The Crossing of Greenland

More than a century ago, the Norwegian Polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen led a group of bold adventurers where, literally, no-one had gone before: across the ice-sheet of Greenland. Greenland was first discovered in the last years of the Xth Century by Norwegians and...
The Aurora Otherworld of North-America

The Aurora Otherworld of North-America

  North-America has traditionally been inhabited by countless indigenous peoples, each of them with their own homelands, languages or dialects and of course also mythologies. As a result of this impressive diversity, tales and legends of the Northern Lights tend...
The Inuits and the Aurora Spirits

The Inuits and the Aurora Spirits

Among the peoples of the Arctic, the Inuits are by far the Northernmost. Originating from the Bering Strait a thousand years ago, the first Inuits spread across the North-American Arctic and established their homelands in what later became known as Greenland, Northern...