Faeroe Islands Map and and Map of Faeroe Islands Information Page
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Official Name Faeroe Islands (alt. Faroe, or Føroyar) a self governing territory of Denmark, claimed in 1380 Administrative Capital Torshavn Flag here Languages Faeroese, Danish Latitude/Longitude 62º 00' N, 7º 00' W Official Currency Danish Krone Religions Lutheran Population 46,345 Land Area 1,399 sq km (540 sq miles)
Landforms Similar to Iceland, the Faeroes are lava based islands with elevated coastal cliffs and some elevated peaks. The highest point (on Eysturoy) rises to 2,894 ft. (882m) Grass grows along the base of local mountains, but few trees survive because of the relentless North Atlantic winds. Maps
Faeroe Islands Outline Map here Faeroe Islands CIA version here European Continent here European Continent at UT
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Faeroe Islands Tourism here Faeroe Islands Art Museum here Denmark Pages here Climate winters are mild, summers are cool and most days are overcast, foggy and (very) windy. Ocean storms and thick fog are common, and North Atlantic hurricanes do occasionally strike the islands in the summer months.