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The church of Norðskála

The church was established January 10. in 1932 by Jákup Dahl. Contact: +298 422487, +298 722487 or nordskala(at)

The church of Gjógv

The church of Gjógv was established may 26. in 1929. Contact: +298 423159, +298 210159 or gjaar(at)

The church of Eiði

The church of Eiði was established September 18. In 1881. Contact: +298 423465, +298584538 or eidis(at)

The church of Selatrað

The church of Selatrað is designed by Steingrímur Winther and built by Sámal Ellefsen and Heini Joensen from Miðvági. They planned to built a church in the village in 1925 and late in 1926 the church was established by Jákup…

The church of Strendur

The church of Strendur was built in 1834, because the church that the civilians used before was getting to small. Contact: +298 447946, +298 227946 or sjovar(at) Attendance: Sunday at 11.00.

The church of Nes

The church of Nes was built in 1843, while Christian Benedictus Garde was preast in Esturoy and nobody knows exactly when the church was established. Samband: +298 448476 ella nes(at) Kirkju gonga: Sunnudag kl. 11.00.

Frederik´s church

Frederik´s church is located in Toftir on Eysturoy in Faroe Islands. People living in Toftir wanted to built a new church because the church the had beforehand was beginning to be too small for the civilians of the village. The…

The church of Gøta

The old church of Gøta was established September 22. in 1833 by Niels Johnsen Struer, preast. The church is built out of wood and an old legend tells us that the church has been broken down by storms three times…

The church of Leirvík

The church is designed by Magnus Jacobsen, architect, and Jóhan A. Petersen  took the responsibility of building the church for 9.420kr. The church was established  December 1. in 1906, by Fríðrikur Petersen. Contact: +298 44 33 69 & 74 33…

The church of Gøtugjógv

The characteristic church of Gøtugjógv was established June 25. in 1995, and is therefor one of the newest churches in the Faroe Islands. Before the church was built, the civilians had to use the church of Norðagøta, that was established…

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