Robinson Crusoe Island. Is it real?
The island belongs to Chile as part of the archipelago of Juan Fernandez, who discovered it in 1574. At the same time, it does not stand out for its size, even a little smaller than, for example, the Lipnenskoye reservoir. It is home to less than a thousand locals, whose livelihood is provided mainly by hunting marine animals, and tourists who come here not only in search of the legend of the book.