Landscape drawing from the Faroe Islands by the English Travel writer, artist and naturalist George Clayton Atkinson (1808-1877) from 1833.
One of the first and most interesting descriptions and paintings of the Faroe Islands ever recorded.
Mauritia Kirchner is a fly fisherwoman.
And only the passionate fisherman knows what that means: harmony between animals and nature, communication between people and land, understanding of culture and history.
More than 20 years ago, the Faroe Islands have become the second home of Mauritia. Since then, she has been regarded as a pioneer of respectful fishing tourism on the Isles and a first point of contact for interested travellers.
She supports the press and media representatives as a competent contact person.
At the initiative of Mauritia and as member of the
Germany's leading association for the support of disadvantaged children and adolescents by fishing,
in June 2017, their ambassadors came to the Faroe Islands.
By publishing its annual fishing trips in the major German-language and foreign magazines, the association draws attention, collects donations and promotes new members.
Publishes articles in various fishing magazines
Magazine "Kutter & Küste"
Magazine "Petri Heil"
Magazine "Rubilov" (Russland)