Wedding in Faroe Islands?

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The website Brudleyp.fo (translated Wedding) has now given us a great “wedding guide” on how to get the most out of your wedding in Faroe Islands. There are many couples each year, who thrives on adventure and choose Faroe Islands as their destination wedding. Faroe Islands is a location that … Read More

New hiking site

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Now its less easy for both tourist and locals, to find great hiking tracks in Faroe islands. All because of a great new website called Hiking.fo. There are 340 mountains in the Faroe Islands, which many of them are a dream for all hiking fans out there. But most of … Read More

Pictures from OPHfoto

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e have uploaded more goodies from the photographer Osvald P. Hansen aka OPHfoto. All the beautiful pictures below are from a hike, he had this summer, around the “waterfall village” Gásadal. Most of the tourist visiting Gásadal has little and no time, and therefore only goes for the popular waterfall. But … Read More

Dream location for photographers

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any professionals’ landscape photographers are traveling around the globe to find the most beautiful spots on earth, but not many have yet found and explored the fantastical Faroe Islands. One of the few who have found our little gem, are the world famous and award-winning photographer Paul Zizka, which are … Read More

Faroese population increasing (Almost 50.000)

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he population can decline or increase from one year to another, which often are the cause of economic reasons, health concerns, land exhaustion and environmental hazards. the Faroe Islands experienced a sharp decline in the population size in the middle of the 1990s. The main reason for this was an … Read More

A Couple of Stories

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This is a beautiful video filmed by “A Couple of Stories” which we think you defiantly think you should watch. It was filmed in the Faroese early in year 2016, where the mountains were dressed with white snow. The video has a wonderful slow-motion feel throughout with a relaxing background … Read More

Faroe Islands Classified by Google Earth?

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There are many mysterious locations around the world, which are hidden from the world. Google Earth which lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, have even blacked or pixelated out these classified sites. The Australia’s number one news site news.com.au have recently written about these classified locations … Read More

The icy wilds of the Faroe Islands

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There have been many people writing about their visit to the Faroe Islands – how the food was, how the weather was, how the people was, and overall what they did experience through their short visit. However, here is one blog about something different from the usual. It is about … Read More

Wintertime in Faroe Islands

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Wintertime Faroe Islands

Faroe Islands is on a latitude that is 62 degrees north of the Earth’s equatorial plane, which crosses the North Atlantic Ocean. The weather can therefore behave a bit rough in the wintertime, when the storms hits the eighteen enchanted and beautiful islands. The daylight is also a part that … Read More

Magical Destinations

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BBC Travel has written about seven dreamy destinations, which make you feel like you have stepped straight into a magical fairy tale world. One of those seven destinations are the wonderful and magical Faroe Islands. They also say that these seven travel destinations are so magical, that it is hard … Read More

Faroe Islands in 1927

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Vágsbotn, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands

The Danish Film Institute streaming site Filmcentralen.dk, has released an almost 90 years old film clip recorded in Faroe Islands capital Tórshavn. The film clips is from the Harbor Vágsbotn, where you today can find many restaurants, cafés and many traditional Faroese boat lying close by. Down below you can … Read More

Faroe Islands go for 100 percent renewable energy

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Renewable energy is a source of energy that has been through many ages by humans. In the first days we used it for example to get heat of the sun to dry clothes, vegetables and fruit, to wind energy to grind corn or to power sail boats. Today we have … Read More