James Bond 25 filming in the Faroe Islands
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The Faroe Islands in the hearth of the North Atlantic ocean is currently serving as a filming location for the upcoming James Bond movie. The filming crew will capture spectacular nature locations for filming on Kalsoy island.

TRØLLANES, Faroe Islands - iSportsWire -- The new James Bond film No Time to Die is likely to include scenes from the Faroe Islands. The crew is currently on Kalsoy island in the northern part of the archipelago.

The 25th instalment of the franchise will feature scenes from the Faroe Islands for the first time.

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Kalsoy island already looks like something out of a film set with its untouched nature, sheer cliffs, rough coastline, and winding roads and several tunnels through unbelievable mountains. The island is filled with beautiful landscapes such as Kallur Lighhouse making for picture-perfect sceneries.

It is believed that the crew has ventured to the long and narrow Kalsoy island in the Faroe Islands to film especially around the village Trøllanes, which sits in a deep valley in majestic settings. The orange helicopter used for shooting aerial scenes in the 25th James Bond movie has arrived on the scenic island Kalsoy.

Hogni Sigrunarson Reistrup

Source: Guide to Faroe Islands
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