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File:Coat of arms of the Faroe Islands.svg

Dansk: Færøernes nationalvåben
Føroyskt: Skjaldarmerki Føroyar
Deutsch: Wappen der Färöer
Kalaallisut: Savalimmiut inuiaqatigiit sakku
English: Coat of arms of the Faroe Islands
Русский: Герб Фарерских островов
Date 9 October 2007
Source Based on Image:Vedrur.png
Author Marmelad
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