|State||Kingdom of Denmark|
|Population (1 January 2006)|
|• Summer (DST)||EST (UTC+1)|
|Postal code||FO 185|
Kaldbaksbotnur is located on the east coast of Streymoy. The village consists two farms. One farm is located in the bottom of Kaldbaksfjørður western side of the river and this farm is also called Northern part of Sund. The other is on the eastern side of the river and relates to Kaldbak . When the road to Tórshavn opened in 1980 this connected both Kaldbaksbotnur and Kaldbak to the island's road network.
Throughout the 1990s Kaldbaksbotnur was served by bus route 4 operated by the blue Bygdaleiðir country buses which passed through the village on their route from Tórshavn to Kaldbak. Route 5, added in 2001, also ran from Tórshavn through Kaldbaksbotnur to the township of Kollafjørður.
Kaldbaksbotnur in music
Kaldbaksbotnur is referred to in a song Útsetin performed by Teitur Lassen on his 2007 album Káta Hornið. It is performed in the Faroese language but the extract below (the 3rd and 4th verses out of eight) includes an English translation:
eg vendi aftur til ódnarveður
I return to stormy weather
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