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Saattut (old spelling: Sâtut) (IATA: SAE) is a settlement in the Qaasuitsup municipality, in northwestern Greenland. Located on a small Saattut Island, southeast of Appat Island and northeast of Uummannaq in the Uummannaq Fjord system, the settlement had 212 inhabitants in 2010.
Residents themselves often use dog sleds or snowmobiles for hunting trips or visits to relatives, as there are no roads connecting the village with other settlements. Saattut is home to about 500 sled dogs.
The population of Saattut has dropped by nearly a quarter relative to the 2000 levels, reflecting a general trend in the region. A November 2015 edition of National Geographic reported that the settlement is home to 200 people.