Island Paradise: Exploring the Stunning Faroe Islands — Sidetracked Travel Blog
There might not be any palm trees or white sandy beaches, but the Faroe Islands are indeed an unspoiled island paradise!
Sumba - A Village in Suduroy in the Faroe Islands - Føroyar
Sumba is a village in Suðuroy, the southernmost of all the villages in Suduroy and in the Faroe Islands. The steep mountain in the background on this photo is called Beinisvørð (Beinisvord), a 469 metres high sea cliff, it goes straight down to the sea on the other side, it is the second highest sea cliff in the Faroe Islands. The population of Sumba was 252 on the 1st of November 2009. I took this photo in February 2010. www.visitsuduroy.fo www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx1Rmj-9Vvo - A short film…
Hvalba - Lítla Dímun
Hvalba is one of the larger villages in the Faroe Islands. Hvalba spreads around the bottom of a deep inlet, Hvalbiarfjørður, northeast of Suðuroy. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hvalba Lítla Dímun is a small island between the islands of Suðuroy and Stóra Dímun in the Faroe Islands. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%c3%adtla_D%c3%admun My web-site: www.faroeislands-denmark.dk/7542644
The stunning beauty of the Faroe Islands
Photographer Julian Calverley recently got a job in Faroe Islands, in the Kingdom of Denmark. He used the frequent dead times during the shooting to take some pictures of the surroundings with his camera phone. The result is this stunning collection of otherworldly landscapes that makes me wish I was there now.
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Pyramids in the Faroe Islands? This is located in the Faroe Islands, in Suðuroy, and is a mountain called Kirvi. Kirvi is 236 meter high and its shape resembles a pyramid. The mountain is located in the municipality of Sumba. The top of the mountain is called Kirviskollur.