A coastal town in western Greenland, Ilulissat is an Arctic gem. Its pink sunrises and sunsets, clean white glaciers, and Northern Lights, seen in this drone video by fpl1966, make it something to remember. In fact, the town's name translates to "iceberg" in Kalaallisut - Greenland's native language. The Ilulissat Iceberg, the most popular iceberg in the area, was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. It's located about 350 km (around 220 mi.) north of the Arctic Circle.