The Most Remote Places on Planet Earth
These places are almost never seen by even professional explorers

Faroe Islands
halfway between Norway and Iceland

A part of the Kingdom of Denmark, Faroe Islands is a self-governing archipelago believed to have formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago. The islands are located about halfway between Norway and Iceland in the North Atlantic. According to recent estimates from the UN's World Population Prospects, the population is close to 50,000. Most of them are settled in metropolitan areas, which includes towns and villages such as Tórshavn, Kirkjubøur and Velbastaður.

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