Greenland Becomes Latest Nation to Approve Gay Marriage and Adoption Rights. Now Where to Tie the Knot?

Image via Joe Pedro.

Image via Joe Pedro.

Home to the most northern Pride celebration, Greenland’s parliament has unanimously approved gay and lesbian marriage. The country, which is independent of Denmark though autonomously tied to the Kingdom of Denmark, adopted the Danish legislation recognizing same-sex marriage. Greenland already had same-sex unions in law because of Danish legislation in 1996.

Couples can begin to marry October 1.

Want to discover what this fascinating country has in store for travelers? Check out our adventure aboard Hurtigruten as we traveled the east coast of Greenland. 


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