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Discover Bouvet Island in Norway: This uninhabited volcanic island is the most remote in the world.
Bouvet Island: "A speck of ice in the middle of a freezing fastness: a few square miles of uninhabited volcanic basalt groaning under.
This is the most remote island in the world. Norway’s uninhabited Bouvet Island in the South Atlantic Ocean is basically an inactive volcano stuffed with ice and some wintry terrain sprinkled in fancy fungi, lichen, and moss, with snow on top.
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The Abandoned Lifeboat on Bouvet Island - Historic Mysteries
Pictures from Oslo, Norway taken while on a Baltic cruise and as an entry point to Norway for a Hurtigruten coastal voyage cruise between Kirkenes and Bergen