10 Reasons to Visit Faroe Islands
The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of the Kingdom of Denmark. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges. Here are 10 Reasons to Visit Faroe Islands.
Nólsoy is an island and village in central Faroe Islands, 4 km east of the capital Tórshavn in Streymoy.
Tórshavn Cathedral is the second oldest received church of the Faroe Islands, on Tinganes in the old town of Tórshavn. Painted white, and roofed with slate, it was established in 1788.
Magnus Cathedral is a ruined cathedral in the village of Kirkjubøur on the island of Streymoy in the Faroe Islands. It was built by Bishop Erlendur about the year 1300, but the building was never completed.
You may get to see northern lights
Nature and scenery
Word has it that Faroe Islands enters an extraordinary shade of green during summertime. The fresh air that lingers from Spring, the sparkling blue ocean and the sweeping sight of lush mountains with dramatic plunging valleys merge into a picturesque picture you’d want etched in your mind forever.
Some places will leave you completely speechless
Something to see all year round
Cycling with a view
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