Gásadalur, Faroe Islands, Denmark.
Gasadalur is situated on the west-side of Vágar (one of the 18 islands in the archipelago of the Faroe Islands which are a part of Denmark.), it has an amazing waterfall right next to the village which photographers cant help of shooting out of any angle.
The village has been in danger of depopulation since it is hard to reach, to solve the problem in 2004 a tunnel through the mountains was mafe so the village get connected to the main road network of Vágar island.
For more information visit Wikipedia Gásadalur
Funny fact: The shape of the island looks like a dog’s head as you can see here on the google map of Gasadalur in Vágar island:
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