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It is called Gunpowder Island in the publication, and in a related article in the online The Daily Telegraph, it is described as a lovely Caribbean island.The British newspaper article states, under the headline 10 unusual islands for sale - This lovely Caribbean island owes its slightly alarming name to the fact it was used as a secret storehouse for military explosives in the 19th century.It was then reputed to be one of the largest in the world.British military authorities both in Bermuda and elsewhere refused to acknowledge its construction but it still exists and was later restored by later owner James Martin.They 0.504 acre Goose Island and 1.062 acre Bird Island.Both islands are within close proximity to the Point Shares and Fairylands neighborhoods.Oceanographers say the Bermuda Rise either juts up from the deep Atlantic Ocean floor in the form of three steep-sided mountains, the largest of which supports the Bermuda today, on the southern margin of a shallow water platform, with Challenger and Argus (or Plantagenet) Banks to the southwest, The Bermuda Mountain is longer - 32 miles - than the land area width and much wider - 16 miles wide - than the maximum land width of 1.5 miles.
There are nine parishes (counties), each 2.3055 square miles (3.68 square kilometers).The whole of Bermuda is tiny - with a land area of only 21 square miles or 56 square kilometers. Residents and visitors travel from one end to the other in just over an hour and from north to south in 10 to 15 minutes.Bermuda is said to have begun some 100 million year ago as a volcanic mountain, with the volcanoes having disappeared 70 million or so years ago.Going from northwest to east, the six principal islands or former islands are Ireland Island (north and south), Boaz Island, Somerset, Main, St. All six principal islands are now joined together and to other accessible islands or former islands such as Coney Island and Cooper's Island - by 12 bridges and a causeway. Most islands are in Castle Harbor, Great Sound, Little Sound, Hamilton Harbor and Harrington Sound (an internal lake, accessing the sea via Flatts Inlet).Most visitors confine themselves to these six principal islands without knowing they are going from one to the other (because there are no island signs) or are discouraged from seeing islands which are not among the principal group because there is no scheduled service to them. The bridges linking the principal islands are less than 100 years old. All islands have a limestone rock, with coral formation caps.