City: Viderejde is a small town in the
far north of the Faroe Islands, more specifically on the island
Vidoy. It is actually the most northerly town of the Faroe
Islands. The village is situated in a valley of 1.5 square
kilometers with high mountains to the north and south. 339
inhabitants live here.
The Faroe Islands are an archipelago in the North Atlantic,
in the triangle formed by Scotland-Norway-Iceland. The archipelago
is an autonomous region within the Kingdom of Denmark, like
Greenland. All 18 islands are inhabited. The residents see
themselves as descendants of the Vikings on Faroe Islands
and not as Danes. The main economic activity here is fishing.
On all the islands together are approximately 48,400 inhabitants
Building: The divine name is found inside
a wooden church. The previous church was destroyed in the
17th century. The present church was built in 1892.