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Hvalba - Lítla Dímun
Lítla Dímun: "The baby of the Faroese family, with a total area of just 1km squared, Lítla Dímun is the only Faroe island never to have been inhabited. With little wonder, as resembling a volcano rising out of the sea to a height of 414m, this round cone-shaped lump of rock is an island too far - even for the Faroese." Faroe Islands: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com
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Pyramids in the Faroe Islands? This is located in the Faroe Islands, in Suðuroy, and is a mountain called Kirvi. Kirvi is 236 meter high and its shape resembles a pyramid. The mountain is located in the municipality of Sumba. The top of the mountain is called Kirviskollur.
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