Tag: Faroe Islands

Chain Dances – One Of The Oldest Traditions Of The Faroe Islands

The concept of chain dance represents one of the oldest traditions of the Faroe Islands and is deeply rooted within the Faroese folklore. The traditional Faroese dance is a form of circle dance that can trace its roots back to the Middle Ages and is similar to those which were once performed in Scandinavia proper,…


The Faroese Managed To Create Their Own Version Of Google Translate

Relatively recently, the Faroese people managed to create a very useful alternative for Google Translate for those who are interested in learning the Faroese language and visit the Faroe Islands. The small Nordic nation of the Faroe Islands (which is composed of a small archipelago of 18 main islands and several other islets located roughly…


20 Spectacular Natural Landscapes From The Nordic Countries

There are doubtlessly a lot of natural landscapes to discover and enjoy in Scandinavia and the Nordic countries in general. Below is depicted only a series of twenty such spectacular sceneries that you should see. The photographs will be displayed in the following geographic order: Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Sweden, and Norway. Thus, without further…


10 Key Facts On The Geography And Climate Of The Faroe Islands

Below are listed 10 key facts you should know about the geography and the climate of the Faroe Islands: 10. Geographic location The Faroe Islands are a small archipelago of 18 islands situated between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Norwegian Sea. The islands are also located almost halfway between Iceland, Norway, and the Shetland…


10 Absolutely Spectacular Photographs Of The Faroe Islands

The Faroe Islands are a small archipelago situated between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. They are an autonomous territory of the Danish Realm since 1948 with the capital city of Tórshavn on the Streymoy island, the country’s most populous one. The isles were firstly settled by hermit Gaelic-speaking monks from Ireland and Scotland…