Tristan da Cunha, Saint Helena

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Tristan da Cunha, Saint Helena
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Tristan da Cunha is a volcanic island and the most remote island on earth. I mean, check this out! There is nothing for thousands of miles!
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Saint Helena is an island of volcanic origin and an overseas territory of the United Kingdom in the South Atlantic Ocean. The territory consists of the island of Saint Helena, as well as the dependencies of Ascension Island and Tristan da Cunha.

Saint Helena is famous for being the place of exile of Napoleon Bonaparte between 1815 and his death in 1821. Longwood House, where Napoleon stayed, and Sane Valley, where he was buried, are owned by the French government, since the British government gave them to the French, in 1858.

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I think you might want to think again, I think Easter Island has my vote for the most remote island.

bradhobbs at 2006-12-14 02:18:25

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