Tindhólmur

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Tindhólmur as seen from the southeast, October 2005

Tindhólmur is an islet on the southside of Sørvágsfjørður, west of Vágar in the Faroe Islands. It has its name from the five peaks, which are named Ytsti, Arni, Lítli, Breiði, Bogdi (Farthest, Eagle, Small, Broad, Bent). The islet is uninhabited. It has an area of 650,000 square metres (0.25 sq mi) (old Faroese style: two merkur) and its highest point is 262 metres (860 ft).[1]

Eiriksboði[edit]

Eiriksboði is a rocky formation stretching out from the islet.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "www.faroestamps.fo". web.archive.org. 2 January 2006.

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Coordinates: 62°04′39″N 7°25′57″W / 62.07750°N 7.43250°W / 62.07750; -7.43250