Danish Royal Family Visit The Faroe Islands In The North Atlantic

KLAKSVIG, THE FAROE ISLANDS AUGUST 24: The Danish Crown Prince family during their visit to the village of Mikladalur near Klaksvig where they are to see the statue at the sea of Kopakonan, which means the Seal Woman, a mythological character known to all on the Faroe Islands, on the second day of their official visit to the Faroe Islands on August 24, 2018 in Klaksvig, The Faroe Islands. The islands are situated between Scotland and Iceland and is part of Denmark- The Faroe Islands got a home rule government in 1948. There are some 50.000 inhabitants on the islands and of these some 17.000 live in the capital, Torshavn. (Photo by Ole Jensen/Corbis via Getty Images)
KLAKSVIG, THE FAROE ISLANDS AUGUST 24: The Danish Crown Prince family during their visit to the village of Mikladalur near Klaksvig where they are to see the statue at the sea of Kopakonan, which means the Seal Woman, a mythological character known to all on the Faroe Islands, on the second day of their official visit to the Faroe Islands on August 24, 2018 in Klaksvig, The Faroe Islands. The islands are situated between Scotland and Iceland and is part of Denmark- The Faroe Islands got a home rule government in 1948. There are some 50.000 inhabitants on the islands and of these some 17.000 live in the capital, Torshavn. (Photo by Ole Jensen/Corbis via Getty Images)
Danish Royal Family Visit The Faroe Islands In The North Atlantic
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