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    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    • Paradise for Introverts: 10 Islands Unspoiled by Civilization
    Tindhólmur is one of the Faroe Islands scattered in the North Atlantic. Archeologists proved that people once lived there.

    On March 20 the world celebrated International Earth Day. Annually on this day when the vernal equinox comes in, the Peace Bell tolls in the UN headquarters in New York, calling for people to think about the preservation of our planet. Take a look at 10 uninhabited islands whose pristine nature has evaded the impact of civilization.  

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    islands, photos, Sable Island, Bouvet Island, Cocos Island, Midway, Pacific, Atlantic Ocean
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