Situated half way between Scotland and Iceland in the Northeast Atlantic, the Faröe Islands (Føroyar) are an archipelago of 18 fantastic mountainous islands, and a population of just over 47000.
Sea, green hillsides, sharp cliffs and mountains, strangely shaped islands, turf-roof houses...
and a gorgeous capital, Tórshavn:
Saksun, Streymoy island
This made the old harbour become a unaccesible seawater lagoon.
Saksun is now a picturesque village in the bottom of the lagoon.
The Dúvugarður Museum occupies a seventeenth century farm house
The beautiful church in Saksun was built in 1858 :
Repairing the turf roof :