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Gøta is an old place on Eysturoy, Faroe Islands. It consists of the villages Norðragøta (Northern Gøta), Syðrugøta (Southern Gøta), Gøtugjógv (Gøta's cleft) and Gøtueiði (Gøta's isthmus). Together are they the municipality Gøtu kommuna.

Note: In Faroese, gøtu is the accusative, dative and genitive of gøta, which means verbally: "street".




Old houses in Norðragøta 1992[edit]

Date of issue was 5 October 1992, artist Jákup Pauli Gregoriussen. See also: Faroese stamps 1992

Church of Gøta 2002[edit]

The new church of Gøta. Date of issue: 23 September 2002. These were also the Christmas stamps for that year. See also: Faroese stamps 2002

Syðrugøta 2006[edit]