1. Palm Islands in Dubai
A palm-shaped man-made island in Dubai is divided in three which are The Palm Deira ,The Palm Jumeirah, and Palm Jebel Ali. These are the three largest artificial islands in the world. All materials are from United Arab Emirates. The Palm Deira approximately composed of 1 billion cubic meters of rock and sand while the The last two islands will approximately composed of 100 million cubic meters of rock and sand also.
2. Easter Island in Chile
Easter Island is in Polynesian triangle in Chile, and it was the Chile’s special territory. The island is famous for “moai”, a monumental statues created by the Rapanui people. Easter Island is one of the most isolated inhabited islands in the world, it’s called “Easter Island” by a Dutch explorer encountered this place on “Easter Sunday”.
3. The Principality of Sealand
The Principality of Sealand is a World’s smallest island and micronation. It is located in HM Fort Roughs in the North Sea, six miles away from Suffolk, England. a former British Army Major and former Radio Broadcaster Paddy Roy Bates and his family occupied the installation since 1967. He claims that the island is a independent and sovereign state. Sealand is sometimes cited an interesting case study of how various principles can be applied to a territorial dispute because the island is claims to legitimacy and sovereignty. read more…