Gøtueiði

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Gøtueiði
Village
Gøtueiði is located in Denmark Faroe Islands
Gøtueiði
Gøtueiði
Location in the Faroe Islands
Coordinates: 62°10′30″N 6°46′19″W / 62.17500°N 6.77194°W / 62.17500; -6.77194Coordinates: 62°10′30″N 6°46′19″W / 62.17500°N 6.77194°W / 62.17500; -6.77194
State  Kingdom of Denmark
Constituent country  Faroe Islands
Island Eysturoy
Municipality Eystur
Founded 1850
Population
 • Total 39
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) EST (UTC+1)
Postal code FO 666
Climate Cfc

Gøtueiði (Danish: Gøteejde) a town in the Faroe Islands, located deep in the Skalafjordur-inlet on Eysturoy, founded in 1850.

The village has now grown towards its neighbour-village Skipanes. During the 1980s there were religious tent-meetings in Gøtueiði.

Gotueidi consists of the villages/settlements Norðragøta (Northern Gøta), Syðrugøta (Southern Gøta), Gøtugjógv (Gøta's cleft) and Gøtueiði (Gøta's isthmus). They form part of the Eystur municipality.

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