Bouvet Island, a dependency of Norway in the south Atlantic, is the most remote island in the world.

Bouvet Island, a dependency of Norway in the south Atlantic, is the most remote island in the world.

Bouvet Island, 19 square mile volcanic island in the South Atlantic

Bouvet Island, 19 square mile volcanic island in the South Atlantic

Bouvet Island west coast - Île Bouvet — Wikipédia

Bouvet Island west coast - Île Bouvet — Wikipédia

Bouvet Island

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Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya). An uninhabited frozen isle halfway between South Africa and Antarctica, Bouvet Island is the most remote island in the world, and as such, perhaps the most remote landmass in the world.

Bouvet Island (Bouvetoya). An uninhabited frozen isle halfway between South Africa and Antarctica, Bouvet Island is the most remote island in the world, and as such, perhaps the most remote landmass in the world.

NATURAL: Bouvet Island, remotest uninhabited island in the world, it is 75 square miles covered by glaciers, there are seals, moss, seabirds and penguins

NATURAL: Bouvet Island, remotest uninhabited island in the world, it is 75 square miles covered by glaciers, there are seals, moss, seabirds and penguins

Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya  is an uninhabited sub Antarctic volcanic island and dependency of Norway located in the South Atlantic Ocean at 54°25.8′S 3°22.8′ : In 1927, the First Norvegia Expedition – led by Harald Horntvedt and financed by Lars Christensen – was the first to make an extended stay on the island.  At Ny Sandefjord, a small hut was erected and, on 1 December, the Norwegian flag was hoisted and the island claimed for Norway.

Bouvet Island (Norwegian: Bouvetøya is an uninhabited sub Antarctic volcanic island and dependency of Norway located in the South Atlantic Ocean at 54°25.8′S 3°22.8′ : In 1927, the First Norvegia Expedition – led by Harald Horntvedt and financed by Lars Christensen – was the first to make an extended stay on the island. At Ny Sandefjord, a small hut was erected and, on 1 December, the Norwegian flag was hoisted and the island claimed for Norway.

3. Bouvet Island. South Atlantic Ocean | 10 Most Remote Places to Live on Earth | EarthTripper| Page 1

3. Bouvet Island. South Atlantic Ocean | 10 Most Remote Places to Live on Earth | EarthTripper| Page 1

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