Streymoy

Streymoy is the largest of the . The 24,700 inhabitants make up nearly half of the population of the Faroe Islands. Streymoy has about 3,360 residents. Streymoy is situated northeast of , and southwest of .
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is the capital of the . At the foot of a mountain range, the archipelago's largest city is home to a population of merely 20,000, but despite its small size has a long history dating back as far as AD 850. Photo: Erik Christensen, CC BY-SA 3.0.

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Localities in the Area

Village
is a village in the . It has 340 inhabitants and is located on a bay on Streymoy's east-coast. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
is a village on the west coast of Streymoy in the , in the eponymous municipality of . Photo: Erik Christensen, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Village
is a village in the , a self-governing overseas administrative division of . Photo: Erik Christensen, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Streymoy

Latitude
62.1333° or 62° 8' north
Longitude
-7° or 7° west
Open Location Code
9CJM42M2+82
Population
3,360
Elevation
208 metres (682 feet)
Geo­Names ID
2612225

Also Known As

  • Arabic: ستريموي
  • Azerbaijani: Streymoy
  • Basque: Streymoy
  • Belarusian: Востраў Стрэймой
  • Belarusian: Стрэймай
  • Belarusian: Стрэймой
  • Breton: Streymoy
  • Catalan: Streymoy
  • Chinese: 斯特莱默岛
  • Chinese: 斯特萊默島
  • Czech: Streymoy
  • Danish: Streymoy
  • Danish: Strømø
  • Danish: Strømø Syssel
  • Dutch: Streymoy
  • English: Streymoy region
  • Esperanto: Streymoy
  • Estonian: Streymoy
  • Faroese: Streymoy
  • Faroese: Streymoyar sýsla
  • Finnish: Streymoy
  • French: Streymoy
  • Frisian: Streymoy
  • Gaelic (Scots): Streymoy
  • German: Streymoy
  • German: Strömö
  • German: Strømø
  • Greek: Στρέιμοϊ
  • Hebrew: סטריימוי
  • Hungarian: Streymoy
  • Icelandic: Straumey
  • Icelandic: Streymoy
  • Irish: Streymoy
  • Italian: Streymoy
  • Japanese: ストレイモイ島
  • Korean: 스트뢰뫼
  • Latvian: Streimoja
  • Lithuanian: Streimojaus regionas
  • Lithuanian: Streimojus
  • Lithuanian: Strėjmojus
  • Lombard: Streymoy
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Streumoog
  • Low German; Low Saxon: Ströymoug
  • Norwegian: Streymoy
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Streymoy
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Strømø
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Streymoy
  • Ossetian; Ossetic: Стреймой
  • Persian: استرومو
  • Persian: استریموی
  • Polish: Streymoy
  • Portuguese: Streymoy
  • Romanian: Streymoy
  • Russian: Стреймой
  • Scots: Streymoy
  • Serbian: Strejmoj
  • Serbian: Стрејмој
  • Slovak: Streymoy
  • Spanish: Streymoy
  • Swedish: Böllufjall
  • Swedish: Bøllufjall
  • Swedish: Hugvan
  • Swedish: Húgvan
  • Swedish: Lagafjall
  • Swedish: Lágafjall
  • Swedish: Mosarökur
  • Swedish: Mulin
  • Swedish: Múlin
  • Swedish: Nugvan
  • Swedish: Núgvan
  • Swedish: Sneis
  • Swedish: Stigarnir
  • Swedish: Streymoy
  • Swedish: Strömö
  • Swedish: Stígarnir
  • Swedish: Víkartindur
  • Thai: Streymoy
  • Thai: Stromo
  • Thai: สเตรอเมอ
  • Turkish: Streymoy
  • Ukrainian: Стреймой
  • Vietnamese: Streymoy
  • Vietnamese: Đảo Streymoy
  • Streymoyar Sysla
  • Streymoyar Sýsla
  • 스트레이모이섬

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