Kalaaliaraq Market is a market in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, located in the Old Nuuk neighborhood, approximately 150 m (490 ft) to the southeast of the Nuuk Cathedral. Its name means "The little Greenlander" in the Greenlandic language. The market is noted for its fresh fish, as well as whale, reindeer and seal meat, sold directly by the tradesmen.
It is an important place for social interaction for many inhabitants, an equivalent of the village pump in other places of the World. Although polar bears are a rarity in Nuup Kangerlua and the entire coastal region of southwestern Greenland, the final journey of the unlikely catch leads to the Kalaaliaraq market; a cause for celebration, and a social event.