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Robinson Crusoe Island

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Robinson Crusoe Island is in Chile. The sailor Alexander Selkirk was marooned on this island in 1705 for four years and four months, eventually inspiring Daniel Defoe to write the novel Robinson Crusoe. The Chilean government renamed the island in 1966 to reflect this historical legacy.



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