There’s remote, and then there’s Múli: a deserted hamlet on the island of Borðoy, one of the 18 islands which make up the archipelago of the Faroe Islands - a tiny country in the North Atlantic.
The village, which has never had more than 25 inhabitants, could only be accessed by boat, or a long hike from the nearest community 7km away.
The hamlet is an eerie relic of bygone periods when communities were often cut off from the outside world for months at a time.
But Múli, which can trace its roots back to 1350, now has a permanent place in history - one of its houses has been transported to an open-air museum in Sorgenfri, Denmark.
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