Stakkurin is a sea stack, hundreds of feet above the ocean, at the northernmost point of the island of Streymoy in the Faroe Islands.
The owners of Stakkurin have sheep grazing there and once a year they use a human pulled cable car to go out and bring back the sheep to sell at an auction in the village Tjörnuvík.
The money from auction goes to benefit the community of Tjörnuvík, and was used to build the community house.
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