Other points of interest
In addition to local museums, statues and churches the island's history is also supported by other interesting places that are worth visiting.
The runic stoned preserved in the church of Sandavágur, the first official residence of the leader of the Faroese Parliament in Sandavágur, or the poem carved in stone in 1909 by the renowned Mikkjal á Ryggi in the village of Miðvágur.
The Runic Stone
The runic stone is an ancient finding from around year 1200. The stone is kept and preserved in the church of Sandavágur.
Løgmansgarðurin á Steig
First Official ressidence of Løgmaður - the leader of the Faroese parliament.
Poem carved in rock
During the summer of 1909 Mikkjal á Ryggi carved a poem in a rock in the dried up river Hýsisá in the village of Miðvágur.