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Faroe Islands - Føroyar - Færøerne


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The National Arms of the Faroe Islands The National Flag Location

Administrative division

The Faroe Islands are a self-governing part of the Kingdom of Denmark. Administratively, the islands are divided into 30 municipalities within which there are 120 or so settlements.

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Coats of arms of municipalities

As far as I know the only municipality that uses arms is the capital.