Somewhere in the north Atlantic, where the wind is shaking with the waves of the ocean, between the Scottish archipelago known as the Outer Hebrides and the silent Iceland, a bunch of story islands, almost untouched by a human finger, can be seen.
Although small in size and, to put it bluntly, isolated at the end of the world, the Faroe Islands embody a dramatic landscape, worthy of Stephen King’s novels.
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