Places visitors banned to enter, here is Top Ten Places in the world
The world is such a big place with many wonderful places that we all want to visit. We all dream about going and seeing exciting new places and sometimes our dreams do come true. But on the other hand, there are some very strange places in the world which remain forbidden to visitors. These places remain out of bounds due to security reasons both for the inhabitants and the visitors. We give you the list of top ten places in this world that nobody is allowed to enter or places visitors banned.
While you will be able to enter the island, it’s guaranteed that you will not come out of it alive. It’s because Sentinelese people who inhabit the tiny island of North Sentinel have rejected all types of communication with outsiders repeatedly and they protect their land violently when anybody wants to establish contact or even if they drift into the island by mistake.
Did the Dan Brown books ignite your curiosity for the Vatican and its secrets? Well, your curiosity is well founded then. The Vatican Secret Archives were separated from the Vatican Library, where scholars had some very limited access to the state papers, correspondence, papal account books,and many other documents which the church has accumulated over the centuries. Parts of the Secret Archives remain truly secret, however, some materials are still prohibited for outside viewing, including everything dated after 1939.
This place is so dangerous and venomous that you would not want to visit it even if you were allowed. This island is located about 20 miles off the coast of the state of Sao Paulo in Brazil. It is home to the most deadliest snake in the world, the Golden Lancehead Viper. Its venom can even eat through your flesh. And there’s about 4000 of these on this island.
Area 51 is a United States Air Force facility which is a remote detachment of Edwards Air Force Base, within the Nevada Test and Training Range. While the base’s current primary purpose has not been made public, it is rumoured that it most likely supports the development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems. Many movies and urban legends have been made based on this secret facility, most popular among which have been alien sightings.
Mezhgorye s a closed town located in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. The town is apparently home to two Russian military battalions that serve a secret nuclear missile base. It has even been said that the ballistic missiles stationed there are capable of being automatically, and remotely triggered if sensors detect a nuclear strike.
Woomera was declared a prohibited area in 1947. The WPA’s size (122 188 km), remote location and quiet electromagnetic environment made it an ideal military testing and evaluation site for Australia and its allies and partners. As a declared prohibited area, access to the WPA for non-Defence use requires Commonwealth approval and is on the proviso that Defence activities will not be unduly compromised.
The WPA is also highly prospective and the South Australian Government and Geoscience Australia have assessed a high concentration of gold, iron ore and other minerals in its soil.
Jiangsu National Security Education Museum is dedicated to the history of Chinese espionage. It is so secret that foreigners are banned. if you were allowed to visit it, you would feel like you were in a spy movie. The museum exhibits guns disguised as lipstick, hollowed-out coins used to conceal documents and maps hidden as a deck of cards.
The United States Bullion Depository, also known as Fort Knox, is a fortified vault building located within the United States Army post of Fort Knox, Kentucky. It contains a large portion of United States official gold reserves and occasionally other precious items belonging or entrusted to the federal government. The vault came to be built as a result of Executive Order 6102, which outlawed the private ownership of gold coins, gold bullion, and gold certificates by American citizens, forcing them to sell these to the Federal Reserve. This led to the value of the gold held by the Federal Reserve increased from $4 billion to $12 billion between 1933 and 1937 and leaving the federal government with a large gold reserve and no place to store it. The U.S. Treasury Department constructed the United States Bullion Depository at Fort Knox, Kentucky, on land transferred from the military.
The tomb holds the secrets of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang, who died after conquering six warring states to create the first unified nation of China. After his death, he was buried in the most opulent tomb along with anything he would ever need in his life . The ancient Chinese, along with many cultures including ancient Egyptians, believed that items and even people buried with a person could be taken with him to the afterlife.
But instead of burying his armies, concubines, administrators and servants with him, the Qin emperor came up with an alternative: clay reproductions known more recently as the Terracotta Army.
Lascaux is famous for its Palaeolithic cave paintings, found in a complex of caves in southwestern France. They contain some of the best-known Upper Paleolithic art. These paintings are estimated to be circa 17,300 years old and have exceptional quality, size, sophistication and antiquity. Visitors are restricted from entering as the caves are in peril because of the infestation of white mould and fungus.