Engraving of "Hope Cottage", the name given to the two comfortable cabins built at Long Point (now called Pointe Charlotte) on the east coast of Courbet Peninsula of the kerguelen Islands by a shipwrecked British cartographer and sealer named John Nunn and his crew in 1825. They weren't rescued until 1827, and didn't return to England until 2 years after that.

Engraving of "Hope Cottage", the name given to the two comfortable cabins built at Long Point (now called Pointe Charlotte) on the east coast of Courbet Peninsula of the kerguelen Islands by a shipwrecked British cartographer and sealer named John Nunn and his crew in 1825. They weren't rescued until 1827, and didn't return to England until 2 years after that.

Kerguelen islands, Indian ocean

Kerguelen islands, Indian ocean

A banknote of the Kerguelen Islands

A banknote of the Kerguelen Islands

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