The Faroe or Faeroe Islands are 18 islands in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Scotland and halfway between Iceland and Norway. The Islands are a self-governing island territory of Denmark, although they aim politically for greater independence.
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Vágur is a town on Suðuroy. Vágur is situated in the southern part of the island Suðuroy, between the villages Porkeri and Lopra.
Tvøroyri is one of the largest towns in Suðuroy. The population of the municipality is around 1750.
Eysturoy is part of the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. Eysturoy, meaning East island (pronounced ['estroi], is the second-largest island in the Faroe Islands, both in size and population.
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Suðuroy is the southernmost of the islands in the Faroe Islands. Suðuroy - includes Suðuroy and Lítla Dímun, which is the smallest and only uninhabited island of the 18 islands.
Tórshavn is the capital of the Faroe Islands. The city was founded in the 10th century and named after Thor, the god of thunder and lightning in Norse mythology.
Southern Streymoy is in the Faroe Islands. Tórshavn Other than Southern Streymoy, the regions listed above are separate islands.
Vágar is an island in the Faroe Islands, the island is also called Vága in combination with other words.
Northern Streymoy is in the Faroe Islands. Some buses are irregular but it's well worth buying a time-table if you are dependent on public transport.
Fuglafjørður is a town in Eysturoy in the Faroe Islands. By Car The road network in the Faroes is relatively straight forward.
Sandoy is an island in the Faroe Islands. It is located south of Streymoy and north of Suðuroy, Skúvoy and the two small Dímun islands.
The Northern Islands are in the Faroe Islands. Klaksvík