My name is Eileen Sandá, I come from
Suðuroy in the Faroe Islands.
I have uploadet
photos from the Faroe Islands here on Wikimeida Commons. These photos include photos of Faroese villages, landscapes, wooden boats, sports people, musicians, artists, politicians, churches, museums etc.
Some of my photos [ edit ]
Cliffs of the Faroe Islands [ edit ]
Sportspeople from the Faroe Islands - Swimmers [ edit ]
Jón Bjarnason, swimming coach for Suduroy Swimming Club (Pál Joensen's coach)
Sportspeople from the Faroe Islands - Football players [ edit ]
More photos of Faroese football players
Faroese football match,
FC Suðuroy vs. EB/Streymur
Heini Vatnsdal, FC Suðuroy
Hjalgrím Elttør, 2010 when he was playing for B36 Tórshavn. He plays for the national football team of the Faroe Islands.
Christian Lamhauge Holst, while playing for the national team of the Faroe Islands in a match against
Jónas Tór Næs, 2010 when he was playing for B36 Tórshavn, in 2011 he is playing for Valur in Iceland. He plays for the national football team of the Faroe Islands.
Pól Thorsteinsson, 2009, here playing for VB/Sumba, which changed their name to FC Suðuroy in 2010. He is a former player for the national football team of the Faroe Islands.
Christian Restorff Mouritsen, 2010, here playing for B36 Tórshavn, in 2011 he plays for Valur in Iceland. He plays for the national football team of the Faroe Islands.
Ndende Adama Gueye here playing for TB Tvøroyri in 2013.
Faroese Wooden Rowing Boats [ edit ]
More photos of Faroese rowing boats can be found on the page
Kappróðrarbátar, Faroese Row Boats for Boat Races
Royndin Fríða, a wooden Faroese rowing boat (for boat races).
"Kappróður", Faroese boat race for wooden rowing boats.
Smyril, a 6-mannafar from Vágs Kappróðrarfelag (Vágur Rowing Club)
Jóansøka 2011, boat race between the largest type of boats 10-mannafør with 10 rowers and one coxswain.
Junkarin, 5-mannafar, Kvívíkar Sóknar Róðrarfelag.
Faroese rowing boats on the harbour of
Tórshavn just before the races started at Ólavsøka 2011. Havnar Róðrarfelag has a special dragon head as the stem of their boats.
Vágur, the oldest one, Gjógvarábáturin, was built in 1873 and is still in use.
Sailing Ships of the Faroe Islands [ edit ]
Singers and musicians from the Faroe Islands [ edit ]
Brandur Enni, a singer, songwriter, composer, guitar player from
Tvøroyri, he has participated in the Swedish Eurovision Song Contest.
Jens Marni Hansen, a Faroese singer, songwriter, composer and guitar player. He participated in the Danish Eurovision Song Contest 2010.
The Dreams, a Faroese alternative rock / punk band from
Tórshavn. They participated in the Danish Eurovision 2008.
Guðrun Sólja Jacobsen, a singer from
Tvøroyri. She participated in and won the Danish TV song contest "Stjerne for en aften" (Star for one night) in 2003.
Hanus G. Johansen, a Faroese folk musician and singer and guitar player.
Sunleif Rasmussen, a Faroese composer.
Edvard Nyholm Debess, a Faroese composer and double bass player, he is from
Ronni Nielsen, Rúna á Heygum (singer) and Rógvi á Rógvi (drums).
Rógvi á Rógvu, Magnus Johannessen and Mikael Blak.
Other photos [ edit ]
Memorial Stone in memory of Martin Joensen from Sandvík, a Faroese writer.
Steinbjørn B. Jacobsen, a Faroese writer from Sandvík.
The church of Kirkja on Fugloy, Faroe Islands.
The Faroese band Frændur, playing at the Joansokufestival in Tvøroyri, 2009.
Mikkjal Sørensen, a Faroese politician.
The City Park in Tórshavn, "Viðarlundin í Havn".
The swimming hall in Vágur where Pál Joensen is training.
Traditional Faroese chain dance in Sjónleikarhúsið in
Tórshavn at Ólavsøka 2011.
Á Skørinum, the football field and Sportshall of Royn Hvalba.
Faroe Islands vs. Italy on 2 September 2011 on Tórsvøllur in
GHM, a Faroese symphonic band from
Suduroy Hospital in
Tvøroyri (Suðuroyar Sjúkrahús)
Young Faroese writers, 15-16 yeards old.
Rakel Helmsdal, a Faroese writer.
Sámal Soll, a Faroese writer.
Janus á Húsagarði, a Faroese artist
Villages and town on the Faroe Islands [ edit ]