Denmark: Faroe Islands - Geography Games

Denmark: Faroe Islands - Map Quiz Game

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How well do you know the Faroe Islands? This quiz game will help you find out! The Faroe Islands, which are part of the Kingdom of Denmark, are volcanic islands located between Iceland and Norway. Eysturoy, the second largest of the islands, is separated from Streymoy, the largest island, by a narrow sound. Vágar is the port where most visitors to the Faroe Islands first land and it's the location of islands’ only airport. Every part of the Faroe Islands is noteworthy—if you explore this fascinating place and work with this map quiz, you'll be a Faroe Islands expert in no time.

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