Faroe Islands (Tórshavn), Denmark
Unspoiled expanses of green countryside, colorful charming villages, massive sheer cliffs and grass-roofed stone houses can be found on Streymoy, the largest of 18 islands that dot the North Atlantic off the coast of Northern Europe. Its capital, Torshavn, is a truly picturesque port city and gateway to the rest of the Faroe Islands.
St. Olaf Church
This medieval church in the village of Kirkjubour is as old as it is picturesque.
Kvivik is a charming village and the site of an ancient Viking settlement. Another beautiful hamlet is Kollafjordur, situated along a breathtaking fjord.
On the west coast of Stremoy, wonderful turf-roofed homes and a well-preserved old farmhouse steal the scene in the countryside of Saksun.
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