With single weekly flight, remote St. Helena extends welcome

In this Oct. 15, 2017, photo, several images of Napoleon Bonaparte are shown in this collection of framed pictures on a wall in the Consulate hotel in Jamestown on St. Helena island in the Atlantic Ocean. Napoleon was sent into exile there in 1815 and died on the island in 1821; the relatively few tourists who make it to remote St. Helena are likely to visit Longwood House, where the deposed French emperor died after an illness. (AP photo/Christopher Torchia)


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