Inuit Inukshuk Art plus an Arctic Inukshuk project for kids. "Inukshuk means “likeness of a person” in the Inuit language, and is a pile of (unworked) stones arranged by the Inuit into the shape of a human being. They are sometimes seen as representing the strength and determination of the Inuit people, who live in one of the Earth’s harshest climates and terrains."

An Inukshuk Project for Kids: Arctic Art from the Inuit

Stack rocks to make images of people. Inuit Inukshuk Arctic Art- Kid World Citizen

Inukshuk Sunset, Newfoundland, Canada

This is a Northern Native symbol for Friendship. Used in the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver in

Taking photos with Inukshuks at Whistler. | 17 Things That Only Happen On…

17 Things That Only Happen On Canadian Roadtrips

Taking photos with Inukshuks at Whistler. Things that Only Happen On Canadian Roadtrips

Inukshuk in Nunavut. Means "likeness of a person". First used by the Inuit people to mark trails,locate nearby settlements and mark good places to hunt and fish.

Inukshuk in Nunavut. Means "likeness of a person". First used by the Inuit people to mark trails,locate nearby settlements and mark good places to hunt and fish.

inukshuk at Athabasca Falls II near Jasper, Alberta, Canada summer 2010 by AZBump, via Flickr

inukshuk at Athabasca Falls II near Jasper, Alberta, Canada summer 2010 by AZBump

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