Inni í Dal, roughly translated to "In the Valley", is a location on the island of Sandoy, The Faroe Islands.
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Hvítanes (Danish: Hvidenæs) is a village in the Faroe Islands, noted for its beauty. It is on Streymoy's east coast, northeast of Hoyvík and Tórshavn.
Argir Stadium also called Inni í Vika Stadium or Blue Water Arena is a multi-use stadium on the sport site in Argir, Faroe Islands. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Argja Bóltfelag.
Æðuvík (from Æða meaning "duck" and vík meaning "bay") is a community, located on the southernmost tip of Eysturoy island of the Faroe Islands.
Velbastaður is a village on the island of Streymoy in the Faroe Islands.
Stykkið (Danish: Stykket, older Solitude) is a village on the west coast of the Faroese island Streymoy in the Kvívíkar municipality.
Signabøur is a village on the east coast of the Faroese island Streymoy in the Torshavnar municipality.
Selatrað (Danish: Selletræ, older Selletrode) is a village on the west coast of the Faroese island Eysturoy in the Sjóvar municipality.
Saltangará is a village in the Faroe Islands, on the island of Eysturoy.
Oyrareingir is a village on the Faroese island Streymoy in the Tórshavnar municipality.
Leynar is a village in the Faroe Islands, a self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark.
Hósvík (Danish: Thorsvig) is a village in the Faroe Islands.
Hotel Føroyar (formerly Hotel Borg) is a four-star hotel above the Faroese capital of Tórshavn.
H.N. Jacobsens Bókahandil is the oldest bookshop in Tórshavn and Faroe.
Søldarfjørður (Danish: Solmundefjord) is a village in the south of the Faroese island of Eysturoy in the Runavíkar municipality.
Strendur is a village on the Faroese island Eysturoy, Denmark located along the Skálafjørður fjord in the Sjóvar municipality.
Skælingur (Danish: Skælling) is a village on the west of the Faroese island of Streymoy in the Kvívíkar municipality.
Skálabotnur is a village at the end of the Skálafjørður fjord on the Faroese island of Eysturoy located in the municipality of Runavíkar.