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Vørðufelli is a mountain overlooking the village Sørvágur on the Faroe Islands. Its height is 284 metres above sea level. It is situated between Húsadalur, Vága, Vatnsdalur, and close to Klovin.
The latter part of the name - felli - is Faroese for a small mountain. 'Vørða' is a phrase used by faroese regarding birdwatching. A 'Vørða' consists of five Puffins and since Vørðufelli is the fifth mountain on the northside of Sørvágsfirði that explains how the mountain got its name.
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