The Pitcairn Islands is a group of volcanic islands, namely Ducie, Henderson, Pitcairn, and Oneo Islands. It lies in the Pacific Ocean and forms a British Overseas Territory.
The volcanic islands have a total land area of 18 square miles and are scattered across hundreds of kilometers of water. While Henderson Island constitutes almost 90% of the land area, Pitcairn is the only inhabited island.
The Pitcairn Islands is the least populated place in the world, with only 100 people there. Its islanders are biracial and continue to be the subject of films. The nearest islands to it are French Polynesia's Mangareva (west) and Easter Island (east).