To see them is almost impossible.
Travel lovers know all the main attractions of the popular tourist routes. To see them with your eyes is not a problem. But there are places on earth that, for whatever reasons, inaccessible to ordinary tourists.
We learned about the 13 mysterious parts of the world that everyone would like to see at least one eye.
These artificial Islands are the ancient graves of members of the Imperial family. In rare cases, they can only be used by archaeologists with the permission of the Imperial court.
North Sentinelese island, India
The natives living on the island will stop at nothing to protect their land from outsiders. So for your own safety, the government of India prohibits approaching the island.
Area 51, USA
Officially the existence of the secret areas, the U.S. government recognized only in 2013, rassekrechen part of the documents. According to them, there is a base of the U.S. air force, where he developed the newest aircraft.
Church Of Mary Of Zion, Ethiopia
Here, in a specially built chapel, houses the main Shrine of the temple — the ark of the Covenant. Access to it is only the guardian of the relics, which is forbidden for life to leave the temple and to communicate with outsiders.
The island of Kaho’olawe, United States
This arid island in the course of its history was a place for religious rituals, a colony for criminals and a training base of the United States. Kaho’olawe is now declared a nature reserve, a visit is only possible in the composition of volunteer teams to restore nature.
Radio and television station BT Tower, United Kingdom
After the explosion in the tower, a revolving restaurant and an observation deck was closed to the public. Occasionally, it held a charity event, and hundreds of lucky people get the chance to see London from a completely different angle.
The temple complex of ISE, Japan
On the territory of the main shrines of the country are only accessible to the priests of the temple and members of the Imperial family. Everyone else can admire the roofs of the temples that are over a few fences.
Abandoned city of Varosha, Cyprus
This area of the city of Famagusta was the top tourist destination in Cyprus. But that all changed in July 1974: the city was invaded by Turkish troops, and the inhabitants were evacuated. Since then, the city is fenced and is under protection of the Turkish army.
Sable Island, Canada
This drifting in the Atlantic, sandy island with a population of less than 30 people is a graveyard of sunken ships and because of the unique nature declared a nature reserve. To visit the reserve you need to write a petition to the government of Canada and to prove the necessity of the trip.
Data center “Pionen”, Sweden
Built in Stockholm during the cold war bunker in our day was transformed into an ultramodern office for the Swedish hosting company. Here, at a depth of 30 m and a thickness of half a meter, the information is stored of many famous sites.
The Cave Of Lascaux, France
To preserve the unique rock art after 15 years of open access, the entrance for tourists was closed. You can now visit an exact replica of the caves or view a virtual tour.
Radar “don-2N”, Russia
This pyramid of height 40 m and a width at the base of the 140 m is a key element of a missile defense system of Moscow. To get to the station in cases of journalists in the part of the press tour, but they will show only a few.
Hall of records, USA
In addition to the famous bas-relief with the U.S. presidents on mount Rushmore carved out a secret room, which is a time capsule, and contains copies of important historical documents of the country. The entrance to this room is closed granite slab with a combination lock.
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