For several years I have spent part of each year in the Faroe Islands. In 2005-6 I lived for 14 months in Fuglafjørður, my father’s home town.
The Faroe Islands are 18 small islands in the North Atlantic, north of the British Isles, a semi-independent territory of Denmark, with their own language (Faroese), their own flag, and limited self-rule. It is a small country (49,000 people) and very remote, but a completely modern, industrialized Scandinavian country.
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