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Aute Valley, Pitcairn Island. When most think of the South Pacific, images of swaying palm trees and white strips of soft sand come to mind. Pitcairn is nothing of the sort. It is rocky, and volcanic, emerging abruptly from the blue Pacific, as if by accident. It was here that the Bounty's mutineers made their ...
The Pitcairn Islands are a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific Ocean that form the last British Overseas Territory in the South Pacific. The four islands – Pitcairn proper, the only inhabited island, Henderson, Ducie, and Oeno – are scattered across several hundred kilometres of ocean ...
Pitcairn Islands in South Pacific ocean, where there is neither airport nor seaport, distant enough to survive any Apocalypse that is not associated with ...
The Bounty itself was burned off Pitcairn Island but according to the provenance, this cannon was gifted to Captain Stewart of the Orealla in 1898.
After casting their commander, Captain Bligh, adrift, the crew set on fire and sank the Bounty off Pitcairn Island in the Pacific Ocean. The huge 1,320lbs ...
Olive lives on the British overseas territory of Pitcairn Island, an autonomous representative democracy which, according to the latest census, has 50 ...
The Bounty was burned in Pitcairn Island, but according to documentation with the cannon it was gifted to Captain Stewart of the Orealla in 1898.
If you've never heard of Pitcairn Island, you would be forgiven. The small bunch of islands are located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean around ...
After casting their commander, Captain Bligh, adrift the crew set on fire and sunk the Bounty off Pitcairn Island in the Pacific Ocean. The huge 600kg ...
The Adventist Church has a long history on Pitcairn Island, which has about 54 residents—mostly descendants of the sailors involved in the mutiny on ...
British Indian Ocean Territory (BIOT), South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands, Ascension Island, St Helena, Tristan da Cunha, Pitcairn Islands, ...