Until now, the Faroe Islands, located between Norway and Iceland, for many remain terra incognita – a land unknown, only because it is still not on the service Google maps. At present, the Internet giant promises to solve this problem … with the help of sheep.
The fact is that the Faroe Islands have only 50,000 inhabitants and 80,000 sheep. To attract tourists, local travel companies decided to enlist the help of Google. A representative of the local travel agency Dorita Dahl Andreassen came to the conclusion that the best option for this would be sheep, equipped with round-robin cameras on solar panels with GPS.
Now millions of Google users have the opportunity to visit the picturesque places of sheep grazing and get acquainted with their lives. By the way, the name of the Faroe Islands in translation into Russian means “Sheep Islands”. It remains to be hoped that a promising project will be brought to an end.