The statue of Hans Egede in Nuuk. As in Greenland as a whole, Nuuk is populated today by both Inuit and Danes. This became the nucleus for present-day Nuuk as many Greenlanders from the southeastern coast left their territory to live at the mission station. The city proper was founded as the fort of Godt-Haab in by the royal governor Claus Paarsswhen he relocated the missionary and merchant Hans Egede 's earlier Hope Colony Haabets Koloni from Kangeq Island to the mainland. Greenlanders shared a written language and assembled a council under Eske Brun 's leadership in Nuuk. InHinrich In Qaqortoq Prostitute Rink came to Greenland and perceived the Greenlanders had lost much of their culture and identity under Danish influence. The area in Qaqortoq Prostitute Nuuk was first occupied by the ancient pre-Inuit, In Qaqortoq Prostitute people of the Saqqaq culture as far back as BC when they lived in the area around the now abandoned settlement of Qoornoq.