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Views at Tjørnuvík  
   

Views at Tjørnuvík

This was quite a picturesque spot. The two rocks in the left of the image are a giant and a witch who were trying to drag the Faroe Islands to Iceland, when they were surprised by the sun, and therefore turned to stone.
Sunny days in the Faroe Islands

July 27th 2019
There are many joys of teaching in an international school. The one that I recently enjoyed, was visiting the homeland of a colleague's partner. Traveling is wondrous regardless, but there is a different quality to it when you are being hosted by someone in the know. We set off bright and early from Copenhagen for a quick two hour flight. Even the locals were glued to the windows upon landing, ... read more
Europe » Faroe Islands » Torshavn

Faroese Flag The population of the Faroe Islands is largely descended from Viking settlers who arrived in the 9th century. The islands have been connected politically to Denmark since the 14th century. A high degree of self-government was attained in 1948.... ... read more
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