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Hall Beach is the oldest known permanently inhabited community in northern Arctic Circle and is located in Nunavut, Canada. While it is known for its typical Tundra landscape of frozen seas and skiing features, the biggest draw here is a dramatic spectrum of Arctic wildlife and marine ecosystem. The wild and marine species found here usually consist of polar bears, caribous, walruses, seals, narwhals, beluga whales and bowhead whales in addition to a large number of migratory birds like geese, loons, terns, jaegers, eider ducks, gyrfalcons and owls.

If you’re looking for some unknown piece of history in Hall Beach, you won’t be disappointed either. This city is home to an eight hundred year old whale skeleton, the remains of a Second World War aircraft that had crashed here and numerous archaeological sites related to the age of Thule culture (1000 AD to 1600 AD). Hall Beach has an exciting cultural backdrop spanning its thousands of years old history that is being carried forward by the local artists who excel at making top-notch carvings and jewelry.