- there are only 4 set of traffic lights on the Faroe Islands,

- but 16 tunnels

- and no trains

- there are 70,000 sheep and 48,000 inhabitants

- almost all our dairy products come from the 1500 milking cows on the islands

- there are no pigs (all pork is imported)

- if you say wild hares and rats and you have mentioned the Faroes wild life

- there are 1,862,315 pairs of sea birds breeding on the islands (21 sorts)

- there are no natural forests on the islands

- there are 2,115 boats and ships with VHF equipment

- the most social drink on the islands is “drekkamunn” (tea with milk)

- there is no McDonald’s in the Faroes, but one Burger King, which opened in 2002

- the most popular sport is soccer

- the Faroe Islanders are bilingual (Faroese and Danish)

- the highest mountain is 882 metres

- on the Faroe Islands you are at no time more than 1.5 kilometre from the sea

- all villages, except one – Vatnsoyrar on Vágar – are situated by the sea

- the unemployment rate is 2,6%

- 97% of the total export volume are fish products