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The Faroe Islands or just Faroes (also written Faeroes; pronounced ; Føroyar, ; Færøerne) are a North Atlantic archipelago located 200 mi north-northwest of Scotland, and about halfway between Norway and Iceland. Wikipedia

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    • The island of Ireland lies only 21 km from the south-western peninsula of Kintyre; Norway is 305 km to the east and the Faroe Islands, 270 km to the north.Scotland-Wikipedia
    • Norwegian possessions in the North Atlantic, Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Iceland, remained Danish when Norway was passed to Sweden at the Treaty of Kiel.Norway-Wikipedia
    • Fairhair ruled with a strong hand and according to the sagas, many Norwegians left the country to live in Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and parts of Britain and Ireland.Norway-Wikipedia
    • Denmark kept the possessions of Iceland (which retained the Danish monarchy until 1944), the Faroe Islands and Greenland, all of which had been governed by Norway for centuries.Denmark-Wikipedia
    • The name "Bronx" originated with Faroese-born Jonas Bronck, who established the first settlement in the area as part of the New Netherland colony in 1639.The Bronx-Wikipedia
    • The immense landslips occurred between 8150 BCE and 6000 BCE, and caused a tsunami up to 20 m high that swept through the North Sea, having the greatest effect on Scotland and the Faeroe Islands.North Sea-Wikipedia

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