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Uunartoq is an island in the south of Greenland, which is known for its thermal springs. It is covered by polar tundra vegetation and is currently uninhabited.

Another attraction of the island are the Inuit ruins from the 18th and 19th centuries on the southeast coast. 1930 mummified human remains and artifacts were discovered here in the abandoned settlement Qerrortuut, most of them were from the locality. The Danish prehistory Therkel Mathiassen found 1934 more graves with mummies, dating to the 17th century. The majority of the graves was damaged, it could at least three full, wrapped in sealskin, a few months old mummified children are safe.