Destinations

Gásadalur

Vágar is an island in the Faroe Islands, the island is also called Vága in combination with other words.

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Eysturoy

Eysturoy is part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Eysturoy, meaning East island (pronounced ['estroi], is the second-largest island in the Faroe Islands, both in size and population. The population is spread over 38 towns and villages. It is separated by a narrow sound from the main island of Streymoy. Eysturoy is extremely rugged, with some 66 separate mountain peaks, including Slættaratindur, the highest peak in the archipelago. Important towns on Eysturoy are Fuglafjørður in the north and the densely populated area of the municipalities of Runavík and Nes in the south.

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Bøur

Vágar is an island in the Faroe Islands, the island is also called Vága in combination with other words.

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Tórshavn

Tórshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands.

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Nólsoy

Streymoy is the largest of the Faroe Islands. The 22,600 inhabitants make up nearly half of the population of the Faroe Islands.

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Tvøroyri

Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands.

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Viðareiði

The Northern Islands are in the Faroe Islands.

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Fuglafjørður

Eysturoy is part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Eysturoy, meaning East island (pronounced ['estroi], is the second-largest island in the Faroe Islands, both in size and population. The population is spread over 38 towns and villages. It is separated by a narrow sound from the main island of Streymoy. Eysturoy is extremely rugged, with some 66 separate mountain peaks, including Slættaratindur, the highest peak in the archipelago. Important towns on Eysturoy are Fuglafjørður in the north and the densely populated area of the municipalities of Runavík and Nes in the south.

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Porkeri

Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands.

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Gjógv

Eysturoy is part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Eysturoy, meaning East island (pronounced ['estroi], is the second-largest island in the Faroe Islands, both in size and population. The population is spread over 38 towns and villages. It is separated by a narrow sound from the main island of Streymoy. Eysturoy is extremely rugged, with some 66 separate mountain peaks, including Slættaratindur, the highest peak in the archipelago. Important towns on Eysturoy are Fuglafjørður in the north and the densely populated area of the municipalities of Runavík and Nes in the south.

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Saksun

Streymoy is the largest of the Faroe Islands. The 22,600 inhabitants make up nearly half of the population of the Faroe Islands.

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Suðuroy

Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands.

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Vestmanna

Streymoy is the largest of the Faroe Islands. The 22,600 inhabitants make up nearly half of the population of the Faroe Islands.

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Hvalba

Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands.

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Fámjin

Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands.

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Oyndarfjørður

Eysturoy is part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Eysturoy, meaning East island (pronounced ['estroi], is the second-largest island in the Faroe Islands, both in size and population. The population is spread over 38 towns and villages. It is separated by a narrow sound from the main island of Streymoy. Eysturoy is extremely rugged, with some 66 separate mountain peaks, including Slættaratindur, the highest peak in the archipelago. Important towns on Eysturoy are Fuglafjørður in the north and the densely populated area of the municipalities of Runavík and Nes in the south.

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Eiði

Eysturoy is part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Eysturoy, meaning East island (pronounced ['estroi], is the second-largest island in the Faroe Islands, both in size and population. The population is spread over 38 towns and villages. It is separated by a narrow sound from the main island of Streymoy. Eysturoy is extremely rugged, with some 66 separate mountain peaks, including Slættaratindur, the highest peak in the archipelago. Important towns on Eysturoy are Fuglafjørður in the north and the densely populated area of the municipalities of Runavík and Nes in the south.

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Kirkjubøur

Streymoy is the largest of the Faroe Islands. The 22,600 inhabitants make up nearly half of the population of the Faroe Islands.

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Vágur

Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands.

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Hoyvík

Tórshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands.

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Sights

Klaksvík

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Runavík

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Listasavn Føroya

Listasavn Føroya is an art museum in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands for mostly permanent exhibits of Faroese arts. Tórshavn is the capital of Faroe Islands.

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Slættaratindur

mountain

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Sørvágsvatn

largest lake in the Faroe Islands

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National Museum of the Faroe Islands

museum

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Nordic House in the Faroe Islands

architectural structure

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Beinisvørð

mountain

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Risin og Kellingin

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Faroe Islands

The Faroe or Faeroe Islands (in Faroese: Føroyar, Danish: Færøerne) are 18 islands in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway. The Islands are a self-governing island territory of Denmark, although they aim politically for greater independence.

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Iceland (Icelandic: Ísland) is an island nation in the north Atlantic Ocean. Iceland is one of the Nordic countries, and therefore culturally part of Europe. The name Iceland is a misnomer: while glaciers cover 10% of the land, climate is mild, and volcanic activity keeps the country warm. Settled during the Viking Age, Iceland has the world's oldest surviving parliament, the Alþingi. It is known as the Land of Fire and Ice.

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