Pitcairn Islands, New Zealand
are a group of four islands, of which only Pitcairn Island , are located in the southern Pacific Ocean, are part of Polynesia and the last British colony in the Pacific. Name are named after Robert Pitcairn, a sailor who first saw the island of Pitcairn, 1767. After a revolt on the ship “Bounty” in 1789, the rebels have settled on Pitcairn Islands led by Fletcher Christian, and with them they took a group of natives from Tahiti. Their descendants still live there and burned the ship, which is still looming underwater.