Half way between Iceland and Denmark there lies an archipelago coming out of a wild and turbulent ocean. Its western shores are almost one kilometer high cliffs steeply falling down to the depth of dark blue waters. Several main islands are connected by the ingenious system of tunnels and bridges, while many small others is only possible to watch and adore from a distance. Over the wild landscape dominate sharp rocks, numberless waterfalls, crashing waves, small ancient settlements with simple but beautiful houses and omnipresent sheeps and lambs. You can hardly imagine more fascinating place.

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