Faroe Island Tourism, Denmark
Faroe Island is a small island group under the Kingdom of Denmark with a view that is very amazing and very tempting to your heart. Located between Norway and the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland. In 2011 the city has a population of around 48,569. With a total area of about 1,400 km2. Faroe Island has become a State in the country since 1948. And already have a new Parliament, and has had its own flag. Over the years, the Faroese have taken control of most matters domestic. Areas that remain the responsibility of Denmark including military defense, police, justice, Foreign Affairs and currency. Faroese also has a representative in the Nordic Council as a member of the delegation of Denmark. The island gets income from the fishing industry is the most important source of income for the Faroes. Fish products account for more than 97% of the volume of exports. Tourism is the second industry.
The Islands are associated with and are subject to tax by Norway, then Kalmar Union, and then Denmark Norway until 1814, when Norway was united with Sweden. Scandinavia in the political turmoil that followed the Napoleonic wars, when the Treaty of Kiel was given control over Denmark Faroe Island, Iceland and Greenland in 1814. Denmark’s trade monopoly ended in 1856. Faroe Island is very interesting with lots of culture and an awful lot of history about the war of antiquity. The island is surrounded by beaches and numerous waterfalls that are astounding. This place is perfect for your holidays in 2013. And is perfect for your family vacation. And don’t hesitate to come back here because the island is so beautiful. Every day, many travelers who come here. Because of the natural beauty that is very pure and very amazing beaches. Hotels here are also filled with tourists because here at the hotel complete with facilities suitable for your vacation. If you want to find and eat here there is also a very good restaurant with traditional cuisine. You do not hesitate to come back here. Because of this winter’s very well suited this place. Good luck. ?
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