Description: Tristan da Cunha is an active volcanic island
with rare wildlife & home to 276 British Citizens living in the world's most isolated settlement of Edinburgh of the Seven Seas, in the often hostile South Atlantic Ocean.
Description by McMaster_de:
Tristan da Cunha, a 38-square-mile volcanic outpost, is the remotest inhabited island in the world, according to the Guinness Book of Records. It's situated 1,510 miles southwest of its nearest neighbor, St. Helena, and 1,950 miles west of Africa. Discovered by the Portuguese admiral of the same name in 1506, and settled in 1810, the isle belongs to Great Britain and has a few hundred residents.