Do you ever wonder where the last visited corner of the world was? In today’s age, it looks like our world map has been the same for centuries. You may not be aware that a late addition was made to our knowledge of the earth on September 3rd, 1913.
Banks Island is part of the Arctic Archipelago, a remote group of islands far away from the Canadian mainland. It is further North than most Greenland’s settlements. It is inhabited by about 100 people, all concentrated in Sachs Harbour.