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my trip to faroe

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i left chile to go to faroe islands i had to take many planes but i made it though i wanted to stay a while in iceland i had to Board a boat that i would take from Seyðisfjörður to faroe islands. the native language of the Faroes is Faroese, which is a West Nordic or West Scandinavian language. the currency is the danish crown and the faroes krona they come in 50, 100, 200, 500, and 1000 Krónur and no krona coins are made so danish coins are used. i went to Oyndarfjørður to see one of faroes weird little phenomenon were two vary large boulders that are really rocking rocks. i then went to see the giant and his wife or Risin og Kellingin to the locales. its close to the village of Eiði on the northern tip of the islands. faroe islands are surrounded by the norwegian sea and the north atlantic ocean. the capital is Tórshavn and the native language is Faroese, Danish, the islands population is about 48,940 people. the GDP per capita is $45,250 The islands are rugged and rocky with some low peaks; the coasts are mostly cliffs but in all its very beautiful.

Posted by jblaylock 08:02 Archived in Faroe Islands Tagged round_the_world Comments (0)

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