25 Places You Wish You Could Go Visit But Can't


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25 Places You Wish You Could Go Visit But Can't



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While most people are happy just taking the occasional trip to the beach, there are those of us that long for something more…an adventure. And although most places on Earth are accessible to the determined traveler, some places are just better off left alone. From top secret government facilities to villages destroyed by radiation, these are 25 places you wish you could go visit but can’t.

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Lascaux Caves in Southwest France
North Sentinel Island, Andaman Islands
Ise Grand Shrine, Japan
Club 33, Disneyland
Metro 2, Under Moscow
Mount Weather, Virginia
Vatican Secret Archives, Italy
White’s Gentleman Club, England
Room 39, North Korea
RAF Menwith Hill, England
Coca Cola recipe vault, Georgia
Area 51, Nevada
Mezhgorye, Russia
Snake Island, Brazil
Surtsey, Iceland
Google Data Center, Oregon
Tomb of Qin Shi Huang, China
Bank of England Vaults, London
Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Norway
Bohemian Grove, California
Pinegap, Australia
Chapel of The Ark of the Covenant, Ethiopia
Woomera Prohibited Area, Australia
Pripyat, Ukraine
The Marianas Trench, Pacific Ocean

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  1. I went to the Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta Georgia, and The room that we all went to, the people said that that was the real Coke recipe and it was in a vault behind the gate

  2. Pine Gap, Australia is off limits to Australians
    It is owned by USA, and houses a communications base which is left over from the Cold War. It was said that should USSR launch a nuclear bomb toward USA, the Americans would not, due to the curve of the earth, know they were under attack until it was too late to launch a similar bomb. So in the desert iin Australia it was decided to conficate some land and build a tracking centre.
    During the reign of the new government in 1972, Australia felt the position of the centre in our country meant we would be a first strike target. USA refused to dismantle the site, and CIA were instrumental in the downfall of the government of a 'friendly ' nation.
    See youtube interview with Christopher Boyce who did jail time for releasing the documents to prove this fact

  3. Actually from what I have heard from two sources, that Pripyat does now offer guided tours, this since 2011. Of course one cannot go to the powerplant proper, as that is too radioactive. But Pripyat was the town for the workers and is some distance away. So apparently the Sievert level is now low enough that tours are indeed offered albeit upon a limited time (exposure) basis.

  4. As someone who has been to Pripyat, I can say this: WTF was that about an armed guard? There are organised tours that go there all the time, every group is required to have a tour guide who has the official clearance from the administration of the Exclusion Zone, and that's it.

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