Æðuvík

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Æðuvík
Village
Æðuvík is located in Denmark Faroe Islands
Æðuvík
Æðuvík
Location in the Faroe Islands
Coordinates: 62°4′11″N 6°41′24″W / 62.06972°N 6.69000°W / 62.06972; -6.69000Coordinates: 62°4′11″N 6°41′24″W / 62.06972°N 6.69000°W / 62.06972; -6.69000
State  Kingdom of Denmark
Country  Faroe Islands
Island Eysturoy
Municipality Runavík
Founded 1897
Population (1 January 2006)
 • Total 101
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) EST (UTC+1)
Postal code FO 645
Climate Cfc

Æðuvík (from Æða meaning "duck" and vík meaning "bay", Danish: Avevig) is a community, located on the southernmost tip of Eysturoy island of the Faroe Islands.

Founded in 1897, its postal code is FO 645. Its population is about 100, and it is located at N 62° 4' 11 W 6° 41' 24. The village is located in the Runavík municipality along with Glyvur, Runavík, Saltangará, Rituvík, Skipanes, Søldarfjørður, Elduvík, Funningsfjørður, Glyvrar, Oyndarfjørður, Skáli, Skálafjørður, Lambi, and Lambareiði.

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