Kamil Ghais Photography
Trælanípa, photo


Sørvágsvatn, Vágar, Faroe Islands

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Trælanípa (Slave Cliff) is a perpendicular rock wall, which stands 142 meters upwards out of the sea. It has probably gotten its name from the Viking Age when slaves were pushed off the mountain. During a windy weather (always), it might be tricky to stand so high above the sea.