A small village situated on a peninsula of Nunavut, in Canada, just five hundred miles south of the North Pole. Year-round population of only five people. Surrounded by the Arctic Ocean, and with temperatures in the -40, Alert is the most isolated settlements in the world.
Tristan da Cunha
Located in the South Atlantic Ocean, Tristan de Cunha - an archipelago, considered the most remote place in the world. To South Africa and South America, 1700 and 2000 km, respectively. On the island live 271. They engaged in farming. Incidentally, the island is the internet and mobile communications.
Motuo County, China
Hidden Tibet Autonomous Region. Repeatedly to the area tried to hold the road, but to no avail. On the ground to the village can be reached through the Himalayas, at best, riding on the ass.
McMurdo Station, Antarctica
Antarctica - the most remote place on Earth. In McMurdo has three runways. Permanently live there, about 1,200 scientists. The only way to get there or leave out - the plane ...
The name is not only difficult to pronounce. There is also very hard to get. But if you find yourself there, you will find 500 people who live there. This settlement is located on the east coast of Greenland. People live by hunting. If you got there then linger there for at least a month, because the only way of communication - a plane that flies only once a month.
Angle Inlet, U.S.
Located in Minnesota, Angle Inlet - home to 150 people. You can get there only from Canada, though it is the United States. This is a very popular place for fishing. In this village there are schools and institutions representing a room in a one-story house.
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