Leirvík (Danish: Lervig) is a town on the Faroe Islands and was an important regional ferry harbour at the east coast of the second largest island Eysturoy.
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Kollafjørður (Danish: Kollefjord) is a village in the Faroe Islands, located on the island of Streymoy. As of 2012, the village has a population of 793. Its postal code is FO 410. Until 2001 it was a municipality in its own right but is now part of …
Hoyvík (Danish: Højvig) is the third largest town in the Faroe Islands.
Norðragøta, also just referred to as Gøta, is a village on Eysturoy, Faroe Islands.
Syðrugøta is a village on southwest of the Faroese island of Eysturoy in the municipality of Gøta.
Sandur (meaning sandy beach) is a village on the south coast of the island of Sandoy in the Faroe Islands. The Sandur hoard, dating to the end of the 11th century, attests to the long history of the village.
Skopun (pronounced [skopn]) is a town in the Faroe Islands situated on the northern coast of Sandoy (Sand Island).
Mjørkadalur is a vally on the Faroese island Streymoy in the Tórshavnar municipality. It has no postal code. It is located on the mountain Sornfelli above the fjord of Kalbaksfjørður. The buildings in Mjørkadalur used to be part of the Island Comman…
Listasavn Føroya (Faroe Islands Art Museum) is an art museum in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands for mostly permanent exhibits of Faroese arts.
Kirkjubøargarður (Faroese for Yard of Kirkjubøur, also known as King's Farm) is one of the oldest still inhabited wooden houses of the world.
Kaldbak is a village in the Faroe Islands, on Streymoy's east coast and part of Tórshavnar kommuna.
Skála (reclaimed its original name Skála as opposed to incorrect Skáli in 2010) is a village on the east coast of the Faroese island of Eysturoy, located in the Runavíkar municipality.
The Sandur hoard of the Faroe Islands was found in Sandur in 1863 and consists of 98 silver coins, which were probably buried between 1070 and 1080. The hoard is the oldest and only coin hoard found on the archipelago.
Nólsoy is the only settlement on the island of Nólsoy in the Faroe Islands.
Skálafjørður, also known as Kongshavn (King's harbour) (Danish: Skaalefjord) is a fjord (ford) in Eysturoy.
Skála Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Skáli, Faroe Islands. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Skála ÍF.
Runavík Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Runavík, Faroe Islands. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of NSÍ Runavík.
Lamba (from Old Norse Lamb-hagi, meaning "lamb outfield"), is a small village in the bottom of the inlet Lambavík on the East coast of Eysturoy, Faroe Islands.