Top 10 places for travel & vacation in Faroe Islands.
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Tórshavn - a city
situated on the southern part of Streymoy Island, Faroe Islands.
Torshavn has grown from a small fishing village in the country's capital. The
style is characterized by a classical building wooden houses with thatched
roofs and most of them are the original buildings. Worth a visit: Fort Skansin
(1580), Viðarlundin Park, Norðurlandahúsið museums, Føroya Náttúrugripasavn,
Listasavn Føroya, Monuments Old Town.
is one of the oldest continuously inhabited buildings with wood in the world,
one of its parts dates back to the eleventh century, Faroe Islands.
Currently Kirkjubøargarður, except that it is an apartment building, operates
as a museum, open almost every day.
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3.National Museum of the Faroe Islands
Museum of the Faroe Islands - is the official National Museum of the Faroe
Islands. There are objects that tell about
the Faroe Islands, culture from the Viking Age to the Middle Ages. Part of the
museum is in the open air.
Føroya - is an art museum from the Faroe Islands. It is located in the capital
Torshavn and has the most important collections of Faroese art. In addition to
the permanent exhibition of paintings, engravings and sculptures of Faroese
artists, there are regular special exhibitions (including international art)
one of the islands of the Faroe archipelago. The name of the island of Faroe is
translated as a horse. In the west of the island there is a large cola colony.
At the southern end of the island there is a lighthouse.
is the highest point of the Faroe Islands. Located in the northern part of the
island of Estudora. The height is 880 m above sea level. The name means
"flat top". The climb to the top takes about 4:00 and does not
require special climbing skills. In good weather from the top you can see the
entire archipelago of the Faroe Islands.
an island in the west of the Faroe archipelago. The area is 10 km2. The only
settlement on the island is also called Michinness. Next to the island is a
small rocky island called Michysness-Golmur, which is the westernmost point of
the archipelago. The geological Michisnes is one of the oldest parts of the
archipelago, which has a volcanic origin and formed about 60 million years ago.
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Saksun - Faroese
village in the north - western part of Streymoy. The population of 14 people
(2014). Saksun is a favorite holiday destination with a large sandy beach, the
old museum, church. Sea Saksunarvatn known as one of the best salmon rivers in
the Faroe Islands. The lake fishing is permitted. Tjørnuvík considered one of
the most beautiful of the Faroe Islands. The museum is open to visitors in the
summer and by appointment.