A part of the Kingdom of Denmark, the Faroe Islands comprise of 18 rocky islands. Of the 18 islands, only one is left uninhabited by humans, and that is Lítla Dímun, the smallest of the Faroe Islands. Although it is uninhabited, some Faroese farmers still dare to the said island to take care of the little island’s rulers: the sheep.
Find out more about the island on Atlas Obscura.
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