It’s Faroe game for tourists
This remote island nation’s natural beauty and quaint charm is still something of a well-kept secret - but not for long, writes Joseph O’Connor
Upon striking up a conversation with a Faroese on their home turf, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked: “Where did you hear about us?” It’s the kind of question you’d expect from a secret club or an online job application, but then the locals have every reason to be curious.
Situated halfway between Norway and Iceland and forming part of the Kingdom of Denmark,...
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