Streymoy


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Streymoy

(strām`oi') or

Strømø

(ström`ö'), island (1998 est. pop. 20,113), 144 sq mi (373 sq km), Denmark, the largest of the Faeroe IslandsFaeroe Islands
or Faröe Islands
, Dan. Færøerne, Faeroese Føroyar, group of volcanic islands (2015 est. pop. 49,000), 540 sq mi (1,399 sq km), Denmark, in the N Atlantic, between Iceland and the Shetland Islands.
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. Tórshavn is the main town.
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The Sandoy Tunnel will measure 10.5 kilometres and connect Gamlaraett on Streymoy with Tra[eth]ardalur on Sandoy.
It's located on the southeast coast of Streymoy Island and is dotted with colorful, turf-roofed buildings.
Park up for a boat trip on the teal sea from Vestmanna on Streymoy to bring you up close to birds nesting on the cliffs, and to sheep grazing precariously on 45-degree slopes.
"The second question is 'is the airport in the right place?' The largest island is Streymoy and the capital, Torshavn, is located there.
Saksun village on Streymoy, featured in the opening spread photograph?
The Faroes are a series of islands and from Vagar we get a bus then ferry to Streymoy before finally arriving at the Foroyar Hotel on top of the mountain above Torshavn.