Faroe Island are based between the Shetland island and Island, on a longitude 62°N and latitude 007°W. The Faroes are made of 18 wulcanic islands and and are covered in grass as you will see on the photos. The part of the islands facing towards the west are manly steep cliffs. The population is around 48.000.
Faroe Island - The world's most appealing island
National Geographic wrote
"Superb glaciated landscape with improbably steep slopes. Little flat land. Local society unified and resolutely Faroese, not Danish, with own language, etc. Built heritage, down to the grass roofs, reasonably protected, certainly cherished. Most tourists adventurous and well-informed."
Johannes Mohr | Helnabrekka 19, FO-700 Klaksvik - Faroe Island | Phone: +298 213 609