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Faroe Islands


Faroe Islands, located in the stormy North Atlantic Ocean, look like a colorful patchwork quilt, consisting of emerald pastures dotted with sheep, brightly colored cottages and treeless peat bogs. Sea separated by no more than 4.8 km away from this magnificent land with a proud and strong, well-established traditions. The coast is famous for long fjords, steep cliffs and looming headlands far exalted. Explore these fjords on a wooden sloop or sail along the coast on the schooner. Walk on the moors and bravely requisitions from unpredictable weather where they live petrels. 
  

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