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On hit-Tuner.net you can listen to radio music from Faroe Islands. At this point you can learn more about the country: The Faroe Islands is an archipelago and autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, situated between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately halfway between Norway and Iceland, at north-north-west of mainland Scotland.

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Radio Music from Faroe Islands?

Official name: Faroe Islands
Polity: ?
Government: Parliamentary constitutional monarchy
Independence: 01.05.1905

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The language is Faroese and Danish. The capital of Faroe Islands is Tórshavn. The country has an area of 1.395,74 km˛ (for comparison: United Kingdom 315.093 km˛). In Faroe Islands there is a population of 49.947 and 12.000 only in Tórshavn. The currency is Faroese króna (DKK) ...

Education in Faroe Islands

definition: age 15 and over can read and write - total population: 99% man: 99% woman: 99% (2003 est.)

Health expenditure

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Information for tourists and expatriates

Per year a resident earned (GDP per capita): $30,500 (2008 est.)

Total gross domestic product as an indicator of prosperity: $1.471 billion (2010 est.) $1.389 billion (2008 est.)

The unemployment rate was: 6,8% (2011) 5,7% (2010)

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Percentage of public debt: ?

External public debt in US dollars: $888,8 million (2010) $68,1 million (2006)

Exports: $824 million (2010) $767 million (2009)

Imports: $776 million (2010) $786 million (2009)

Foreign exchange and gold reserves: ?

Military spending: ?

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Mobile phones: 59,400 (2009)

Internet users: 37.500 (2009)

Number of airports: 1 (2012)

Major places of Faroe Islands Radios

Tórshavn; Klaksvík; Runavík; Eystur; Vágar; Tvřroyri; Fuglafjřrđur; Sunda; Vágur; Nes; Vestmanna; Sřrvágur; Sjóvar; Hvalba; Eiđi; Kvívík; Sandur; Skopun; Hvannasund; Sumba; Viđareiđi; Porkeri; Skálavík; Kunoy; Húsavík; Hov; Fámjin; Húsar; Skúvoy; Fugloy