NUNAVUT CULTURE- FLAG | POPULATION | CAPITAL | TOURISM | WEATHER|
Nunavut culture is very interesting and vast topic,Nunavut, is newest, biggest northernmost territory of Canada. Nunavut’s are the most talented culture is a very interesting and vast topic,Nunavut, is the newest, biggest and northernmost territory of Canada. And It was separated from the Northwest Territories on April 1, 1999. Nunavut resulted in the first major change to Canada’s political map.Nunavut’s vast area size and harsh climate enabled its sparse backward population to preserve their traditional nomadic lifestyle as hunters and fishers for centuries after Europeans settled in southern Canada. Nunavut’s have also managed to maintain their intricate carving skills, unique music, and Inuktitut language, the mother tongue of about 65 percent of Nunavut’s population.Nunavut is a territory of Canada. It has a land area of 1,877,787.62 km2 (725,017.85 sq mi). In the 2016 census the population was 35,944, up 12.7% from the 2011 census figure of 31,906.
Nunavaut culture done a very fabulous job for preserving their Nunavut culture throughout the centuries. Nunavut has its own Inuit broadcasting corporation and Inuktitut is Nunavut’s dominant language.Old traditional arts like soapstone carving,Dancing to the beats of old big drums and singing in the language of nunavut is very much alive in Nunavut culture.
NUNAVUT FLAG AND WEATHER
This Nunavut culture lies in arctic region,so its climate is too cold and bitter.Nunavut average temperature in january is -30*C.But mostly it remains cold,so cold that for a person who lives in summer can’t live for long time their.And their average temperature in july is -35*C which is more than in a refrigerator to make anything bitterly cold.Annual precipitation levels of less than 8 inches (200 mm) gradually increase toward the east; the greatest amounts—more than 24 inches (600 mm).
NUNAVUT CULTURE FLAG
The flag of Nunavut was officially adopted on April1, 1999.
The colors blue and yellow symbolize the riches of the land, sea and sky. Red is a reference to Canada. The Inuksuk (centered) symbolizes stone monuments which guide people on the land, and also marks sacred and other special places.
The star is the Niqirtsuituq ( North Star), and the traditional guide for navigation. The North Star is also symbolic of the leadership of the elders in the community.
Iqaluit is the capital of Nunavut culture, which is a a territory in northern Canada. Formed in 1999, Nunavut is the newest province or territory in Canada, and therefore Iqaluit is the nation’s newest capital.
1. BUFFIN ISLAND
Baffin Island is a strong draw for tourists. But it can hardly be said that it suffers from invasions of visitors. The island is the fifth largest in the world with a coastline and landscape that vary considerably. On the eastern coast, very similar to Norway with its steep fiords and small offshore islands, lies a long, narrow Alpine-like mountainous zone – reaching heights of 2,591 meters in Auyuittuq National Parkon the Cumberland peninsula. The main administrative town is Iqaluiton Frobisher Bay. The only way to get to the far north island is by air, and that is rather expensive. The cost of living is high and the climate very “unfriendly”, not to mention the hordes of insects, which descend on the unfortunate traveler in summer; all in all, the region is perhaps somewhere for the specialist.
2. Auyuittuq National Park
Auyuittuq National Park sits on the Cumberland Peninsula in the southeast of Baffin Island. The Penny Ice Cap, a remnant of Ice Age glaciations, takes up a large portion of the park. The landscape is characterized by broad valleys and rugged mountains with vertical walls rising up to 1,200 meters in height, that of Mount Asgard being particularly impressive. Pangnirtung Pass is a route through the park ending at the Pangnirtung Fiord.
Iqaluit is a modern town with a complete infrastructure of the Nunavut Legislative Assembly as well as hotels, schools, a hospital, weather and radio station, and camping-site.
4. Ellesmere Island
Ellesmere Island lies in the extreme north of Canada, and is the second largest island – after Baffin Island – on the Canadian archipelago. It was from Ellesmere’s Cape Columbia that Peary set out in 1909 to walk to the North Pole.Here you can be found muskoxen, Peary caribou, arctic foxes and wolves, lemmings, and more than thirty species of birds.
5. Sirmilik National Park
The land is made up of beautiful mountains, glaciers and ice fields, and coastal lowlands. Some visitors come here for boating and kayaking, however, the coast is normally not free of ice until mid July. During ice break up and freeze up, travel to the park is not possible.
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