Gøtugjógv (Danish: Gøtegjov), Norðragøta and Sydrugøta are villages that are located in the Faroe Islands. These areas are located at the end of an inlet which is called 'Gøtuvík'. This is on the east side of the island of Eysturoy.[1]

Gøtugjógv
Village
Gøtu kirkja, Gøtugjógv, Faroe Islands
Gøtu kirkja, Gøtugjógv, Faroe Islands
Gøtugjógv is located in Denmark Faroe Islands
Gøtugjógv
Gøtugjógv
Location in the Faroe Islands
Coordinates: 62°11′25″N 6°44′47″W / 62.19028°N 6.74639°W / 62.19028; -6.74639Coordinates: 62°11′25″N 6°44′47″W / 62.19028°N 6.74639°W / 62.19028; -6.74639
State Kingdom of Denmark
Constituent country Faroe Islands
IslandEysturoy
MunicipalityEystur
Population
 • Total44
Time zoneGMT
 • Summer (DST)UTC+1 (EST)
Postal code
FO 511
ClimateCfc

A new church has been built near Gøtugjógv, and inside it has huge stained glass windows made by the artist Tróndur Patursson from Kirkjubøur. The church turned out to be two times more expensive than originally planned.[1]

From 1980 until 1989 there was an upper secondary school in Gøtugjógv.

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  1. ^ a b Info- Info

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