Faroe Islands A Pictureseque Archipelago
The Faroe Islands is an archipelago located between the North Atlantic Ocean and Norgwegian Sea. The Island is situated between Iceland and Norway. The Island is spread on 1,400-km2 with a population of around 48,700. The Faroe Islands is truly treat as a tourist attraction with serene landscape.
From year 1035 to 1814, the Faroe Islands was under the Kingdom of Norway. It was in the year 1814, Treaty of Kiel granted control of the Island to other Norwegian region Iceland and Greenland. Today, the Island is a self-governing country within the Danish Realm after 1948. The best period to visit the Island is May to September. The incredible scenery and landscapes, blue carpet of ocean, sea cliffs, picturesque valley are prime elements of explore.