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File:Map of the Faroe Islands en.svg


English: Topographic map of the Faroe Islands.
Suomi: Färsaarten topografinen kartta.
Date 28 January 2009
Source Self-made in Inkscape by User:Mysid. Coastline, roads, place names, and summits based on File:Faroe map with villages, streets, straits, firths, ferry harbours and major moutains.png.
Topography based on public domain GLOBE data from NOAA (
Relief shading is an embedded PNG raster, derived from the GLOBE data using Perl.
Bathymetry from NGDC ETOPO2 (low resolution raster with a "blur" property).
Author Oona Räisänen ( Mysid)


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