The Faroes, an Archipelago of Unspoilt Nature in the North Atlantic

The Faroe archipelago is made up of 18 islands of volcanic origin, which are the same age as the British Isles and Greenland but so small that they can hardly be seen on a map. They are ragged, weather-beaten islands with steep cliffs teeming with seabirds and deep fjords… [click to read more]

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