The War Museum will tell you the largely unknown role the Faroe Islands played in the war. During the war as many as 8000 british soldiers were stationed on Vágar, at with them they brought a culture that was previously unknown to the islanders. This makes their influence a very important part of the history of the island, that you will learn about at the museum.
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