Between Scotland and Iceland is a small "Faroese archipelago" or, translated into Russian, "Sheep Island". In all, there are 18 Islands, the smallest of which is the island Luytla-Duymun. It is an ancient Celtic name, which can be translated as two hills. Presumably this name due to the fact, that nearby there is another larger island. Its area is only 0,8 square kilometers, and the highest point is at a height 414 metres above sea level. This mountain is called Ravan. Along the perimeter of the island is almost flat circle, while banks rise almost vertically above the water. But then they go into the steep slopes, also almost regular shape truncated dome. This uninhabited island. Here are just sheep on the open pasture. Apparently, because of their long presence here on the island there are only 8 species. However, summer 2006 year here for three days lived 28 young people. They conducted an experiment called "Silent Island". The essence of it was that, to record all the senses, that a man can, located in almost complete isolation from the outside world. After all, the guys with him was not anything, except notepads and pens. Faroe Islands, or the Faroe Islands, are part of the Kingdom of Denmark on the Rights of the Autonomous Region. However, in practice, Starting with 1948 year, they are almost completely independent of the state. All questions, except defense and foreign policy, the inhabitants of these islands resolve on their own. The coat of arms of the territorial and political education depicts a sheep.
Dessert for today - video Faroese archipelago (Sheep Island)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v = IjG8aeXY224