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When your brain is overloaded, when you’re tired of noisy traffic, when you’re sick of air thick of pollution, When you’ve have enough of stressed out people, When your only wish is alive and grounded again… Think of the Faroe Island.
The archipelago consists of 18 islands, of which 16 are constantly inhabited and one island is temporarily inhabited. Like Greenland, the Faroe islands are an autonomic part of Denmark. Their landscape reminds on Ireland and some parts of Iceland. Also the climate is very similar to Iceland, however tends to be a little bit warmer and fairly windy. Desolate valleys, cliffs with screeching sea birds, lush fields with bleating sheep and idyllic farming and fishing villages are what the traveller finds here. Also in the small capital Tórshavn one can explore a lot. Historic buildings, interesting museums and pictorial houses are waiting for the visitor – surrounded by a rough and intact nature midst the ocean.