The Greenlandic Association House in Tórshavn is built in the form of an igloo making it surprisingly large inside in spite of its modest size. Its high domed ceiling makes the interior spacious and airy. There is room for eighty or ninety people to sit at table and, when the tables are not used, there is room for a hundred and fifty in the building. Vesturkirkjan (The West Church) with its pyramid shaped copper spire is a distinctive landmark in Tórshavn.
Damian Scott a visitor to the islands from England took this photograph. He wrote: "... The following evening we explored a little further into the other side of Tórshavn (after spending most of the day touring Streymoy by car) and discovered the very interesting Vesturkirkjan and the fascinating football house".
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The photos at the top of the page are: 1. Bringsnagøta - near the harbour in Tórshavn. 2. Sundini straits from near Streymnes. 3. Nólsoy from Hóyvík.