|Native name: Ymer Ø|
Ymer Island (Greenland)
|Area||2,437 km2 (941 sq mi)|
|Highest elevation||1,900 m (6,200 ft)|
|Highest point||Angelin Bjerg|
Ymer (Danish: Ymer Ø) is an island in northeastern Greenland. Its area is 2,437 km². It is mountainous (highest peak is Angelin Bjerg at 1900 m). The island is a part of Northeast Greenland National Park, the largest national park in the world. It is named for the giant Ymir, the forefather of the Jotuns.
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