Faroe Islands belong to Denmark, but have the status of special autonomy for all matters of state, excluding military and foreign policy, here are solved independently.
Until the late 19th century, sheep farming, which gave the name of the islands, played a major role in the life of Faroese. Sheep’s wool was the main commodity in trade with Denmark. However, for more than a century, the main income of the inhabitants of the archipelago.
Most Faroese believe that their archipelago remaining of the legendary Atlantis sank into the depths of the ocean, centuries ago.
Faroe Islands – pretty amazing scenery and rich country, with its wonderful culture. In addition, people here are closely related to each other, are family and friendship mean a lot for the Faroese.
Faroe Islands Official Website