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Makkovik is an Inuit community in Labrador.  It is accessed by air 210 km (130.5 mi.) out of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The community was started in 1860 when Torsten Kverna Andersen emigrated from Norway and established a small trading post.  Subsequent settlers and local Inuit created the town of Makkovik.

A variety of archaeological sites are active or in progress that give insight into the past inhabitants of Makkovik.

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The Adlavik Inn
P.O. Box 123
Located in Makkovik in Labrador, we have 5 double occupancy rooms with a full bathroom, cable T.V., telephone and laundry services. The inn also has a small restaurant that is rapidly earning a name for its "great food". We serve a large menu with a number of traditional cuisines and excellent service. In many cases our guests enjoy what they harvest themselves. Website
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