Faroe Islands Maybe the last paradise on Planet Earth :-)

Faroe Islands Maybe the last paradise on Planet Earth :-)

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here we are
me and my life now
me and my life before
hello im running 40 in a few days i have 2 loving caring and amazing daughters ,, i am separated wishing to have a good man to accept and love me who i am and what i am,,, and love my 2 kids as his true kids too im loving and caring wife
Faroe Island is amazing
hello faroe islands good morning everyone
I find some one
I want to travil that place some day....
I hope I can visit Faroe island😍😍😍
hope you all blod thirsty parasites die there ..including your children you sick f**king comunity ... blood thirsty parasites
Last summer I rode my electric unicycle all over the Faroe Islands. My favourite place to ride! :)
firstime i saw on tv about faroe ilands place and almost pilipina staying there😊

Hello there if you have some pictures or something interesting about the Faroe Islands. Then you are welcome to put it on our wall or send it to our inbox :-)

17/02/2020

Migratory species: The Filipina fish processors of the Faroe Islands
Winning first place in the Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Food Writing Award 2019, this essay explores the community of enterprising Filipinas—many of whom met their Faroese husbands on dating sites—who have settled down in this sparsely populated archipelago in the North Atlantic.

Migratory species: The Filipina fish processors of the Faroe Islands
Winning first place in the Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Food Writing Award 2019, this essay explores the community of enterprising Filipinas—many of whom met their Faroese husbands on dating sites—who have settled down in this sparsely populated archipelago in the North Atlantic.

Link to Article.
https://news.abs-cbn.com/ancx/food-drink/features/02/16/20/migratory-species-the-filipina-fish-processors-of-the-faroe-islands

17/02/2020

Migratory species: The Filipina fish processors of the Faroe Islands
Winning first place in the Doreen Gamboa Fernandez Food Writing Award 2019, this essay explores the community of enterprising Filipinas—many of whom met their Faroese husbands on dating sites—who have settled down in this sparsely populated archipelago in the North Atlantic.

Link to Article.
https://news.abs-cbn.com/ancx/food-drink/features/02/16/20/migratory-species-the-filipina-fish-processors-of-the-faroe-islands

03/02/2020

The Road :-) to Trælanípa (Slave Cliff) is a perpendicular rock wall, which juts 142 meters upwards out of the sea. Supposedly, it has gotten its name from the Viking Age when slaves were pushed off the mountain.

The Road :-) to Trælanípa (Slave Cliff) is a perpendicular rock wall, which is just 142 meters upwards out of the sea. Supposedly, it has gotten its name from the Viking Age when slaves were pushed off the mountain.

The wild nature of the Faroe islands, the reportage of three Sardinian photographers.

Link to Article.
https://www.lanuovasardegna.it/tempo-libero/2020/01/17/news/la-natura-selvaggia-delle-isole-faroe-il-reportage-di-tre-fotografi-sardi-1.38343558

03/02/2020

The Road :-) to Trælanípa (Slave Cliff) is a perpendicular rock wall, which is just 142 meters upwards out of the sea. Supposedly, it has gotten its name from the Viking Age when slaves were pushed off the mountain.

The wild nature of the Faroe islands, the reportage of three Sardinian photographers.

Link to Article.
https://www.lanuovasardegna.it/tempo-libero/2020/01/17/news/la-natura-selvaggia-delle-isole-faroe-il-reportage-di-tre-fotografi-sardi-1.38343558

02/02/2020

Sarah Mahfoud.
Sarah Mahfoud, who has a mother from the town of Vestmanna in the Faroe Islands, became the world boxing champion last night, when she won the IBF World Championship in featherweight.
Link to Fanpage.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Athlete/Sarah-Mahfoud-131235380644489/

27/01/2020

And God said, "Let there be light," and there was ...
There is a 1 sec difference between these two pictures. and this happened this morning in Sandavág.
Link to video below
https://portal.fo/dagur-25235/video-toran-lysti-sandavag-upp-i-morgun.grein

26/01/2020

Stacey Dooley Investigates - The Whale Hunters

Stacey Dooley investigates the controversial world of whale hunting. This contentious practice has hit the headlines around the world, as whaling countries defy international pressure to ban the practice. Whalers argue it’s just food like any other meat. Campaigners call it barbaric and outdated. With rare access to a Norweigen commercial hunting vessel, Stacey witnesses the killing of a Minke whale. And, on the remote Faroe Islands modern day hunters defend their tradition of whale slaughter for food, while activists from around the world say they’ll keep coming to the island until they stop.

Stacey heads to Norway the world’s biggest commercial whaling nation. From the Lofoten Islands, off the country’s northern coast Stacey joins skipper Bjorn and his crew on a Minke whale hunt out to the Arctic Circle to fulfil an order from a local factory, each Minke whale is worth around £7,000.

On the fourth day at sea, Stacey witnesses Bjorn track and kill a 7 metre long 5-tonne Minke whale, with an explosive harpoon grenade. The Minke is not considered under threat from extinction and therefore lawful to hunt in Norway. For the whalers it’s straightforward, the Minke provides food and a living - Bjorn suggests critics are urban people who don’t understand the laws of nature. According to a Norweigen report the harpoon delivers instant death on impact in 82% of killings, but the remaining 18% can take an average of 6 minutes to die - for many this is an unacceptable level of cruelty.

Stacey also travels to the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic. The Faroese drive pods of pilot whales and white-sided dolphins to designated bays where they’re slaughtered by hand. In this 1,000-year-old tradition known as the Grind; the meat is not sold but given free to those involved in the hunt. Stacey talks to Islanders who defend the killing as environmentally sustainable and culturally important; from the Grind Foreman Magnus who leads the whale hunts and objects to outsiders telling them how to live, to Armgarð, a 24 yr old student who wants to get her license to kill. They maintain that the killing is instant and the animals are not in distress or pain during the grind.

Stacey is shown dramatic footage of a recent Grind shot by British Sea Shepherd Campaigner Sarah, who streamed the graphic images for the world to see. She argues that boats driving a pod of pilot whales to shore during a grind can take hours, leaving the mammals confused and disorientated. They believe the killing is inhumane and unregulated and cannot be justified because of tradition. Stacey questions a government official about the method of killing the whales and dolphins.

Stacey is faced with highly charged and passionate people on both sides of the argument, and a whole host of cultural differences, as she searches for answers to the question: is there still a place for whale hunting in today’s world?

22/01/2020

A different way of living - The Faroe Islands (Inspirational video - 4K)

A different way of living - The Faroe Islands (Inspirational video - 4K)

⚑ #FaroeIslands #Inspirational #Travel #Cinematic What if there is a different way of living ? What is the normality we have to conform to? What if your hear...

01/11/2019

FAROE ISLANDS on a Mountain Bike | MISSION EP.6 | Kilian BRON

FAROE ISLANDS on a Mountain Bike :-)

https://youtu.be/dZAlL7bB79U

Welcome to the Faroe Islands, a unique experience taking you through virgin fields, riding ridges surrounded by amazing lakes and fjords. Subscribe to see mo...

27/10/2019

The Faroe Islands: living in spectacular isolation

The Faroe Islands: living in spectacular isolation.

The Faroe Islands, in the North Atlantic Ocean, are remote, sparsely populated and bleakly beautiful. The FT’s Nordic and Baltic correspondent, Richard Milne, explores the economic challenges - and the wild weather - facing local residents in this self-governing community.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lG2Lu3GiaP0

The Faroe Islands, in the North Atlantic Ocean, are remote, sparsely populated and bleakly beautiful. The FT’s Nordic and Baltic correspondent, Richard Milne...

19/10/2019

Faroe Islands - Majestic & Superior in 4K

Faroe Islands - Majestic & Superior in 4K

https://vimeo.com/366807759

The Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago, part of the Kingdom of Denmark. It comprises 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North…

29/09/2019

The Faroe Islands: Tourist numbers soar at this unique archipelago known as Europe's Hawaii :-)

The Faroe Islands: Tourist numbers soar at this unique archipelago known as Europe's Hawaii.

Link to Article.
http://www.traveller.com.au/the-faroe-islands-tourist-numbers-soar-at-this-unique-archipelago-known-as-europes-hawaii-h1i3fh

29/09/2019

The Faroe Islands: Tourist numbers soar at this unique archipelago known as Europe's Hawaii.

Link to Article.
http://www.traveller.com.au/the-faroe-islands-tourist-numbers-soar-at-this-unique-archipelago-known-as-europes-hawaii-h1i3fh

18/09/2019

Tórshavn’s smiling roundabout wins international award.

The smiling P.M.T. from the Faroe Islands has won UKRAS’ International roundabout of the year award 2019.

The committee of the UK Roundabout Appreciation Society (UKRAS) writes in a press release to Local.fo that for the first time ever it has gone for a P.M.T. (painted mini traffic-island), albeit a very happy one.

“In fact this mini-roundabout is billed as the happiest roundabout in the world,” states the committee, adding:

“Never underestimate the importance of the humble P.M.T. Developed by the late great Frank Blackmore, this wonderfully tiny piece of road engineering works so effectively, filtering traffic in an efficient, green and cheap way, with hardly no maintenance required whatsoever.

Link to Article.
http://local.fo/torshavns-smiling-roundabout-wins-international-award/

rove.me 10/06/2019

Best Time To Visit Faroe Islands 2019 - Weather & 12 Things to Do

https://rove.me/to/faroe-islands#Jun01-Jun30

rove.me 12 Tips on the Best Time to Visit Faroe Islands in 2019 ✈ Best season & month to travel, based on weather, things to do, low price & crowd. Check out our Guide!

08/06/2019

Camp4 Collective

https://www.facebook.com/Camp4Collective/videos/859940787694001/

In the rugged Faroe Islands, running is questioned with skepticism. But for pastor Sverri Steinholm, running is spiritual.

23/03/2019

THE 10 BEST FESTIVALS IN EUROPE FOR 2019.
From parties in igloos on snow-blanketed mountains to all-night sunlit raves on an island in the middle of the Arctic ocean, the locations of these music festivals in Europe are just as important as the music.

Link to Article.
https://www.cntraveller.com/gallery/best-festivals-in-europe?fbclid=IwAR3FTllnwgZSlRNmywVdGPBavmVAW3weefvkFOPdGtCgblgxRlP4GJGZHpo
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17/03/2019

VARÐIN | Value Chain

How It's made.

In the remote North Atlantic, VARÐIN proudly continues to uphold Faroese traditions of suppling only the highest quality pelagic-fish products. http://vardin...

12/03/2019

Thomas Loefke - The Island in Winter

"The Island in Winter" (Thomas Loefke)
from the album: Thomas Loefke and Friends - "Northern Isles".
Thomas Loefke - celtic harp
Ian Melrose - low whistle

sound Jörg Surrey
photography: Thomas Loefke
photos: Funningur, Gjógv, Mikladalur, Sørvagur, Stóra and Lítla Dímun /

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRh5D2oyuoQ&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR3Nm_b0xjuinkyScmqCrA5cSPQs5TDsC8CQAckLbHb-0VoDH8GYyQZrakU

"The Island in Winter" (Thomas Loefke) from the album: Thomas Loefke and Friends - "Northern Isles". Thomas Loefke - celtic harp Ian Melrose - low whistle so...

11/03/2019

BIZARRE FOODS - FAROE Islands

"BIZARRE FOODS" "English"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=7vfVs9m8q3k

Our partner: https://www.booking-map.com/ is a free and easy service for travelling, which really helps people to find "hotels near me" or nearby destination...

24/02/2019

Faroe Islands close 'for maintenance' but there's one way you can still visit
The Faroe Islands are closing to tourists in spring 2019 'for maintenance' but there is one way you can still visit.
Link to Article.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/travel/europe/faroe-islands-close-for-maintenance-14025419

bbc.com 22/02/2019

Women's World Cup 2027: Nordic Nations target joint bid

Women's World Cup 2027: Nordic Nations target joint bid.

Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and the Faroe Islands are working together on a potential joint bid to host the 2027 Women's World Cup.
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47333584

bbc.com

08/02/2019

MS Norröna.
Norröna is the Faroes' largest ferry. It sails between Hirtshals, Denmark to Tórshavn, the Faroe Islands and Seyðisfjörður, Iceland.
Video Documentary. https://www.dplay.dk/videoer/mighty-ships/norrona
Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Norr%C3%B6na

Faroe Islands In the foreign press. 04/02/2019

Faroe Islands In the foreign press.

Part of Visit Faroe Islands' marketing and public relations activities is to arrange press tours and to assist journalists in planning visits to the Faroe Islands.

We have decided to show you a selection of the articles that have been published as a result of this strategy. The articles etc. are arranged according to the countries of the media. We have also included the Faroe Islands Podcast and an advertisment for British opticians Specsavers, that was filmed in the Faroe Islands in 2008.

Link to Faroe Islands In the foreign press.
http://www.visitfaroeislands.com/press/press/in-the-foreign-press/

Faroe Islands In the foreign press.

Part of Visit Faroe Islands' marketing and public relations activities is to arrange press tours and to assist journalists in planning visits to the Faroe Islands.

We have decided to show you a selection of the articles that have been published as a result of this strategy. The articles etc. are arranged according to the countries of the media. We have also included the Faroe Islands Podcast and an advertisment for British opticians Specsavers, that was filmed in the Faroe Islands in 2008.

Link to Faroe Islands In the foreign press.
http://www.visitfaroeislands.com/press/press/in-the-foreign-press/

29/11/2018

Why You Need to Go to the Faroe Islands, in 13 Stunning Images
Astonishing landscapes, culinary adventures, and incredible wildlife await.

Why You Need to Go to the Faroe Islands, in 13 Stunning Images
Astonishing landscapes, culinary adventures, and incredible wildlife await.

Link to Article.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/photo-essays/2018-11-23/u-s-shoppers-storm-the-stores-in-black-friday-frenzy

23/11/2018

Amann - Illuminate ( FAROE ISLANDS )

Amann - Illuminate ( FAROE ISLANDS )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuVmZIFx0wE&fbclid=IwAR1NVVJ2iQ0JrMxp_wRksBaRNvnLojnt7YTUnHYNdfmuvvbR9BKFQIW_mrQ

/// English subtitles available /// Visit the Faroe Islands and explore Europe's best kept secret. The World's most appealing Destination The islands receive...

19/11/2018

Island Of Plenty

Island of Plenty.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZ6xq5MZYh8

Eva and her family live an isolated life on the remote island of Stóra Dímun, in the middle of the North Atlantic Sea. While they are geographically isolated...

18/11/2018

Well Preserved

Well Preserved:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06-fnbUdFrQ

There is no better way to start the day than an early morning sea swim. It's physical, mental, spiritual, communal - all wrapped up in a simple dip in the se...

17/11/2018

Love Is Essential

Love is essential:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMgP76vRTd8

'To create is a way of loving. If I don't love the work I do, it is meaningless, it is just a way of making money. And money doesn't have anything to do with...

30/10/2018

Ítróttasamband Føroya

#FaroeOlympic

Í samband við strembanina at fáa limaskap í IOC (Olympisku nevndina), hevði ÍSF fyrr í mánaðinum vitjan av tíðindafólkum frá BBC.
#FaroeOlympic

27/10/2018

Tales from the far-flung Faroes.
The people who live on remote rocks in the North Atlantic.

Link to Article.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/resources/idt-sh/faroe_islands_postal_service

27/10/2018

Whale hunt in Faroe Islands turns sea red with blood.
Powerful pictures from the Faroe Islands show the sea turned blood red after dozens of whales were killed by islanders in preparation for the harsh winter months.

Warning: This story contains images some may find distressing.
Link to Article.
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-45209587

24/10/2018

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACE IN THE WORLD?? - The Faroe Islands, Explained

The Faroe Islands are not only one of the most beautiful places in the world, but they're also extremely interesting when it comes to their geography, international status, history and culture.

Hopefully you will learn something in this video :)

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The Faroe Islands are not only one of the most beautiful places in the world, but they're also extremely interesting when it comes to their geography, intern...

24/10/2018

World's Greatest Places 2018
100 destinations to experience right now.
http://time.com/collection/worlds-greatest-places-2018/
Koks
Leynavatn, Faroe Islands.
http://time.com/collection/worlds-greatest-places-2018/5366706/koks-leynavatn-faroe-islands/

gigwise.com 26/07/2018

The 39 best music festivals in the world in 2018 | Gigwise

The 39 best music festivals in the world in 2018.

G! Festival
Gøta, Faroe Islands
Weds 11 - Sat 14 July
https://gfestival.fo/

The Faroe Islands are spectacular: the highest sea cliffs in Europe make for a dramatic coastline and the interior is sparsely populated with some low rugged peaks. G! Is held on Eystroy island, one of 18 major islands that make up the archipelago that’s populated by just over 50,000 people -that’s less than the Isle of Anglesey. Three vilages collectively known as Gøta are host and it's here you'll find a stage on a sandy beach where bands from, predominantly Nordic countries and a smattering of other countries roll in to play, with standouts including Harlem Gospel Choir, Rag 'N' Bone Man and a Faithless DJ set. Aside from the music, decadent beachside hot tubs and barbecue pits will fuel the party spirit, while in the day excursions to villagers’ homes and the only record shop will give you a state of island life that’ll stay with you for years to come. A unique, special event worth shelling out for.

https://www.gigwise.com/features/3254761/best-music-festivals-in-the-world-in-2018

gigwise.com From the Faroe Islands to New Zealand, and Colombia to Leicestershire - there are plenty of great festivals happening in far flung and familiar places | Gigwise

Videoer (vis alle)

Stacey Dooley Investigates - The Whale Hunters
Internet Love in a Strange Land.
Looking for love in the Faroes.
Faroe Islands - Austria 1 - 0
The Eysturoy sub – sea tunnel.The Eysturoy sub-sea tunnel will be some 11 kilometres long, making it the longest sub-sea...
Faroese boat makers strive to protect dying art form.
The Polar Equinoctial Eclipse of 20 March 2015.
Greece Faroe Islands 0-1

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Tinganes 9
Tórshavn
100
Andre Skole i Tórshavn (vis alle)
Vinnuháskúlin Vinnuháskúlin
Noatún 7
Tórshavn, 100

Vinnuháskúlin - Centre of Maritime Studies and Engineering

Dugni Dugni
á Hjalla 7
Tórshavn, 100

Dugni er ein endurbúgvingarstovnur, hvørs endamál millum annað er at royna arbeiðsevnini hjá borgarum, ið eru vinnutarnaðir og at skipa fyri arbeiðsvenjing, endurbúgving og umskúling, so hesi aftur kunna fara til arbeiðis.

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J.H.Schrøtersgøta 1
Tórshavn, 100

Havnin: Er livandi, kveikjandi og skapandi - Skúlin er ein kommunalur og mentanarligur amboðskassi.

Tórshavnar Musikkskúli Tórshavnar Musikkskúli
Landavegur 84
Tórshavn, 100

www.tm.fo

Næmingaráðið á Glasi Næmingaráðið á Glasi
Janusargøta
Tórshavn, 100

Síðan hjá næmingaráðnum á Glasi

Undirvísing í tónleikaframleiðslu til altjóða marknaðin v/ Bárði Háber Undirvísing í tónleikaframleiðslu til altjóða marknaðin v/ Bárði Háber
Blomubrekka 90
Tórshavn, 100

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