TOP 15 Forbidden Places You’re Not Allowed to VisitJan 17, 2022
placesthat are off-limits to virtually everyone, from former human camps to high danger areas, it's time to get started, join me as we take a look at 15 Forbidden Places You Can't Visit Number 15 Glasco Caves France in September 1940 , an 18-year-old man was walking his dog in the countryside near the French town of Montana when his dog suddenly fell into a hole. He gathered some friends to help with the rescue effort and they entered the cave which at the time they thought was a secret tunnel entrance to a nearby mansion, what they would discover was, however, one of the most important archaeological discoveries ever made. in France.
The Lasco Caves are made up of a series of caverns covering an area of around 75 acres. More than 600 paintings of large animals, local plant species and various other symbols, some of which date back more than 17,000 years. In 1948, the caves were studied and opened to the public, with over 1,200 people venturing out to see them every day. Every day this began to cause some serious problems, although due to the carbon dioxide, heat, humidity and other pollutants that were released, released into the caves, as a result the paintings were visibly beginning to deteriorate with signs of fungus and lichen beginning to grow on the walls.
The decision was also made to close the caves in 1963 and embark on a restoration project; they remain out of reach to all but authorized researchers to this day. Instead, several replicas have been made, as well as a virtual reality version of the caves to hopefully give people the opportunity to admire the beauty of the paintings without causing further damage to them number 14 maya bay thailand there is no There is no doubt that Thailand has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world covered in crystal clear white sand leading into perfectly blue waters and if there is one that stands out above the rest it is Maya Bay Beach on Kobibi Island.
It looks familiar because this was the location of the beach that premiered in 2000 and, following its prominence in the film, tourist numbers soared in 2015. Up to 1.2 million people
visited each year, almost 80 percent of which were foreigners, all looking to relax in the waters and catch a glimpse of the bioluminescent plankton that illuminates the sand at night. However, this began to have a devastating impact on the beach. which, along with the lasting damage caused during the filming of the film, meant that something had to be done to preserve it for future generations despite attempts to rejuvenate the region while allowing people to
visitthe government Thai decided to ban all visitors in 2019 a law that is still in force, but the intention is to reopen it at some point in the future and there is a big project that involves growing corals and cleaning up trash from the beach to prepare it for when this finally happens.
Ise 13th Grand Shrine, Japan. There are said to be up to 80,000 Shinto shrines across Japan and people are just as likely to pray at home as in a public building, and while most welcome anyone wishing to use them for their spiritual beliefs, there is one that only a few Selected people can enter what is known as the Great Ise Shrine, it was built to honor Amaterasu, the goddess of the sun and the universe. Surprisingly, the construction of the shrine used traditional Japanese woodcraft techniques, meaning not a single nail was used. It was first built over two thousand years ago, but according to Shinto ideas of death and rebirth, it is actually completely rebuilt every 20 years and the last time this happened was today in 2013 regarding how important it It is the sanctuary.
Enter the priests and members of the imperial royal family. The closest anyone can get is to see the shrine from the outside through the wooden fences that surround it, but walking around the grounds, which include a forest and an array of ornaments, is permitted. walkways that were built about 150 years ago number 12 morgan island united states off the coast of south carolina there is a 4,400 acre rock outcrop known as morgan island it has been completely off limits to visitors since 1979. historically due to its remote position has never been used permanently by people, but that year a colony of free-ranging rhesus monkeys was moved there from Puerto Rico and the risk of spreading disease meant that it simply wasn't safe for anyone to come into contact with them, which is why which they had to be.
The first thing that moved was that they were part of a research facility and there was a big problem with the transmission of herpes b virus infections and the island was chosen so that they could be studied and live their lives in a controlled environment that is now operated and supervised. According to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, most of the more than 3,500 monkeys live in a semi-marine tropical forest on the island and the risk is so serious that they are only occasionally fed by an automated system from a nearby building. Researchers are ever
allowedto set foot on Morgan Island, which is also often called Monkey Island, and those who are
allowedto go must enter strict quarantine upon their return to ensure nothing is left behind. spread among the general population number 11 uluru australia uluru is the most recognizable natural landmark in australia located about 208 miles southwest of alice springs, it is deep in the country's northern hinterland and became a popular tourist destination in the 1930s, when it was more commonly known asyers rock, although the problem was that the natural sandstone The formation measuring 1,142 feet high has been a place of spiritual importance to indigenous peoples for a long time and since long before the outsiders settled in Australia and the countless tourists who walked towards it caused serious damage to its delicate structure.
There were also concerns about visitors disrespecting Uluru after a series of incidents of tourists drinking alcohol and stripping at the top of the sacred mound, so in 2017 there was a unanimous vote to ban people from climbing it. This new law came into effect in October 2019 and now, although you can witness it from a nearby visitor center, no one is allowed to set foot in it, even photos from certain angles are prohibited according to traditional beliefs and offensive images are prohibited. have been removed from Google Earth as a brand. with respect number 10 ms gorai russia You may have heard of several abandoned towns or cities around the world that are restricted in terms of who can visit, but what about a fully functioning one?
That is the strange case of mezgorai, which is located in the southern Ural mountains in the Russian republic of Bashkiria and despite having an estimated population of around 16,000 people, is completely isolated from the outside world. It is believed that it was founded in 1979 and officially declared a city in 1995 and that it also has a base hidden in the mountains. As a number of top secret Russian military projects are carried out, the residents are all employees or families of employees of the Russian government, so it has been possible to keep it secret from what we know about the city.
It is probably the place, for example, where Russia kept 73 of its nuclear warheads during the Cold War and there are suggestions that it is the location of the country's Dead Hand project which can supposedly automatically launch a nuclear attack against the rest of the world the less it is know about the city, the more rumors spread about it too, such as that it is where the Russians keep evidence of the existence of aliens and where they are developing the next generation of weaponry of mass destruction, whatever the truth is, it is certainly not something that Any ordinary citizen or tourist will be able to find out because if you get too close without permission you will soon face the barrel of a rifle and the suggestion that you turn your back on the number nine.
North Sentinel Island Bay of Bengal. North Sentinel Island is part of Andaman. archipelago of islands in the Bay of Bengal and falls within Indian territorial waters, while most of the other islands are open to visitors and tourists and offer exactly what you would expect from a tropical island retreat. Travel to North Sentinel is strictly prohibited to protect the people who live there, known to outsiders as the Sentinelese, they are one of the last remaining tribes in the world and are completely isolated. The reasons for this date back centuries after a series of unfortunate encounters with passing vessels and now any attempt by outsiders is seen by the Sentinelese. visiting the island as an aggressive act and they respond in the same way: two fishermen who were stranded on one of the beaches in 2006 were, for example, quickly executed by the islanders and so was an American missionary who tried to contact them in 2018 to try And to prevent this from happening, there is a five-mile exclusion zone around the island that the Indian navy regularly patrols with the intention that the Sentinelese can live their lives in peace without the risk of being interrupted by unwanted visitors number eight pratica brana czech. republic located in Bohemian Switzerland, which is a region in the northwest of the Czech Republic, the Pravdichia brana is an impressive natural sandstone arch with a height of 52 feet and a width of 26 feet with a total span of 87 feet.
It was once one of the most popular tourist attractions. However, in the region with people traveling far and wide to walk on the infamous arch, it was noticed that the more people visited, the faster the arch began to deteriorate and there was great concern that it would one day collapse, Not only would it mean the country would lose one of its most important milestones but it would also risk suffering an enormous humanitarian tragedy. In 1982 it was therefore decided that everyone would be prohibited from walking through it and instead limited to looking at it from afar since the new rules were implemented.
There has been a notable slowdown in the rate of erosion, but even without the help of tourists it is still being worn away. It will most likely collapse at some point in the future, but that time is now much further away thanks to ban number 7 in Poveglia, Italy. The Venetian Lagoon in northern Italy is an enclosed bay of the Adriatic Sea where there are a number of protected islands, including the most famous Venice. The city is actually built on 118 small islands that are connected by more than 400 bridges and was first settled more than 2,500 years ago and the surrounding islands have supported central Maine, one known as poveglia is abandoned and Access is very restricted, not because of anything that is happening there today but because of its historical past, it was originally inhabited but before the war.
The residents fled in 1379 and for almost 400 years it stood empty in 1776, although Venetian authorities saw it as the perfect place to establish a quarantine station. The city had become a center of tourism and commerce, but there were growing risks of people falling ill. like the plague, so anyone who showed any symptoms had to go there. It was used for this purpose for almost a century and then in 1922 the buildings were converted and converted into an asylum before finally being abandoned in 1968 during these two countless uses. People died in Poveglia due to disease and mistreatment and more recently it has become known as the most haunted place on Earth.
However, the possible presence of historical diseases within the soil is considered the greatest threat and to prevent them from re-emerging and infecting. the modern city there are huge penalties for anyone who sets foot there number six heard island australia despite being under the jurisdiction of australia heard island is one of the most remote
placeson earth lying about 2500 miles southwest of perth and 2,600 miles southeast of South Africa in the Indian Ocean, on Herd Island, along with the surrounding McDonald Islands, you will find Australia's only two active volcanoes and one of them, Mauson Peak, is Australia's tallest mountain, reaching a height of 9006 feet due to the location of the islands.
They are also covered by 41 separate glaciers and are home to a wide range of different plant and animal species. Although they are volcanic in origin, they are mainly made up of limestone and scattered bits of other rocks, which means that they are relatively fragile compared to most other islands and is why Australia prohibits visitors from going there. Of course, this is such a remote place that there is virtually no chance of anyone reaching the damaged island without it being their specific destination, so with the rules in place. There have been fewer trips to investigate the islands in the last half century than there have been to the moon number five the gate of pluto turkey ancient civilizations had a number of rituals and traditions that may seem strange tomodern cultures, but there were often good reasons behind many of their superstitions and there is one that is still dangerous to this day known as the Pluto Gate.
It was a site well known to the ancient Greeks and was in the city of Hieropolis in modern-day Turkey. It was a plutonic, meaning it was a site. dedicated to the god of the underworld Pluto and is a small cave that is large enough to fit one person inside mentioned by several high profile writers from the time when it was said to be an incredibly dangerous place and that only the most devout could enter and return safely during the time of the Greeks, there was another building in front of the cave and this was also a deadly space, to the point that vendors would sell animals to visitors so that they could bring them closer to the cave and see how What at first sounds like a legend would die quickly actually has a scientific basis behind it and it was recently discovered that Pluto's gate has a series of cracks in the surrounding rock through which large amounts of carbon dioxide gas leak, since it is invisible. and denser than air.
Anyone who enters and breathes normally would soon begin to suffer the consequences, but due to this danger no visitors are allowed. Anywhere near number four, Snake Island in Brazil, of all the islands in the world that are dangerous to humans, the one that would experience the highest chance of death is Camara Grande Island, which is about 21 miles away. from the coast of sao paulo. in brazil and it is for good reason that the navy patrols the area to prevent anyone from going there, because it is more commonly known as snake island and is home to possibly the deadliest species of snake in the world, the viper spearhead bream, and there are many Thousands of years ago, rising sea levels caused the island to become isolated from the mainland and a small population of snakes became trapped rather than having a wide range of food sources.
They were now restricted to birds that passed by migrating and stopped at the island, so this required an evolutionary change if they were to survive, the result was the development of a much stronger poison that, if bitten, will cause a bird to die. almost immediately and close, ensuring that the snake can eat it with an estimate of one. snake per 11 square feet, they are present in large numbers on the island and if you went to the forested regions, you would be guaranteed to see them in every direction. Fortunately, no one knows for sure how potent the venom is against humans because very few people have ever been bitten by one, but considering the effects on birds, it would probably be fatal before any antidote could be administered. or treatment number three on the island of Surtsey, Iceland, on November 14, 1963, a huge underwater volcanic eruption began off the southern coast of Iceland and would set in motion a series of events that would become one of the most unique in history.
When the eruption ended in June 1967, a new island chain had formed. The largest of which was called Surtsey and gave scientists incredible insight into how islands are created. The other formations were soon worn away due to ocean erosion, but Surtsey is still there to this day and is only expected to fall back under water. waves in about a century, it has long been a protected site that only authorized researchers are allowed to approach, but this has nothing to do with safety, rather it is to prevent pollution on the island so that researchers can further study the development of new islands, bacteria, fungi and Molds were, for example, the first living organisms to appear on Surtsey and provide the basis of the ecosystem that could support more complex life.
There are believed to be 89 species of birds and 335 invertebrates in the area and this number is expected to increase as time goes on number two niau island united states the westernmost and seventh largest island of the hawaiian archipelago is known as niyiau and It covers an area of 69 square miles. It is 17 and a half miles southwest of Kauai. Despite being a lush wetland region that is as beautiful as the rest of Hawaii, you won't find any resorts to stay at and the closest you will get. It is a half-day helicopter tour to see the island from a distance due to an unusual political arrangement that means only people authorized by the island owners are allowed to go there and they are notoriously restrictive about who they welcome.
The island was sold to Elizabeth Sinclair by the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1864 for ten thousand dollars, which is equivalent to about 170,000 today and it is her descendants, the Robinsons, who are still in charge, only family members and Their relatives along with US Navy personnel, government officials and occasional guests are allowed to enter the island and this has allowed the development of a community that is separate from the outside world, this does not mean However , have nothing to do with anyone else and have had a long-standing relationship with the US military to the point that there is a small facility on the island and it is also occasionally used as a site for specialized training operations now believed .
There are around 170 residents in Ni'au after building an economy that was mainly supported by agriculture. They are all practically self-sufficient. Residents do not have to pay rent and meat is free for everyone who lives there. All electricity comes from solar energy. power and there are no vehicles, and the islanders depend on horses for transportation. Australia's Number One Heart Reef Coral reefs around the world are some of the most spectacular sights you will ever see, but there is one in Australia that is the most photogenic of all, known as The Heart Reef is part of the great barrier reef, but is slightly separated from the larger structure and, by pure coincidence, has taken on a shape that closely resembles a heart surrounded by crystal clear water and with countless species thriving on the reef, it became a part central to a number of tourism campaigns and attracted a large number of divers and divers who wanted to experience it for themselves, as is often the case, however, increased foot traffic led to further destruction of the reef structure and there was Concern that if things continued at the same rate the Heart Reef would have suffered irreparable damage within a few years, the decision was made to ban anyone from visiting and now the only chance you have of getting your own photo of the romantic outcrop is by renting a helicopter for our binge-watching. playlist if you want to watch our 15 most popular videos, grab a drink, grab a snack, and get ready to binge
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