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Inukjuak, means “many Inuit lived here.” It is known for its turquoise water and turbulent rapids. The many archaeological sites scattered along the meandering river evidence thousands of years of inhabitation. It was in 1953 that Inuit from Inukjuak were involuntarily relocated north by the Government of Canada. Today, Inukjuaq is one of the largest communities in Nunavik. Population: 1597

Inukjuak, means “many Inuit lived here.” It is known for its turquoise water and turbulent rapids. The many archaeological sites scattered along the meandering river evidence thousands of years of inhabitation. It was in 1953 that Inuit from Inukjuak were involuntarily relocated north by the Government of Canada. Today, Inukjuaq is one of the largest communities in Nunavik. Population: 1597

Northern village of Puvirnituq Povungnituk Puvirnituq Quebec Nunavik ...

Northern village of Puvirnituq Povungnituk Puvirnituq Quebec Nunavik ...

Le village de Kangiqsualujjuaq, au Québec, Nunavik

Le village de Kangiqsualujjuaq, au Québec, Nunavik

Aerial photograph above #kuurujuaq in #Nunavik #Canada. Experience travel to Quebec's north at opXpeditions Kuururjuaq: http://www.opxpeditions.com/kuururjuaq/

Aerial photograph above #kuurujuaq in #Nunavik #Canada. Experience travel to Quebec's north at opXpeditions Kuururjuaq: http://www.opxpeditions.com/kuururjuaq/

The Hammer of Thor, Arnaud River, Ungava Peninsula, Quebec, Canada

The Hammer of Thor, Arnaud River, Ungava Peninsula, Quebec, Canada

Angkor Wat, Cambodia Creepy and really sad considering it's history. Hauntingly beautiful

Angkor Wat, Cambodia Creepy and really sad considering it's history. Hauntingly beautiful

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