Forbidden places in the world that you cannot visit (Part 2 )


As discussed in the previous part, it is difficult to believe that certain areas of the world remain unexplored and kept hidden. If you haven't checked out the part 1 yet ,do read it-

https://www.mystudentblogger.com/post/forbidden-places-in-the-world-places-you-cannot-visit-part-1

1.Dulce Base, USA

Dulce is a quaint town situated near the Colorado border in New Mexico. With a population of 2,600 Native Americans, this town serves an underground laboratory where unbelievable experiments take place. It is said that the Dulce Base is a massive hidden compound that houses incredibly advanced technologies and human-animal hybrids. This base has very tight security and is regarded as one of the top forbidden places in the World and in the USA.


2.Pravčická Archway , Czech Republic


One of the most spectacular landmarks of Czech Republic, Pravčická Archway is the biggest sandstone arch in Europe. Till 1982, this landmark attracted tourists from far and near. Later, to minimise erosion, people are restricted to visit the arch. However, geologists think that this natural sandstone arch of Pravcicka Brana would soon collapse and hence it makes it a forbidden place.



3.Poveglia ,Italy


In 1379 Venice came under attack from the Genoan fleet; the people of Poveglia were moved to the Giudecca. The island remained uninhabited in the subsequent centuries. According to a legend, a witch wished the island never again to be inhabited. One of the other reasons for fear was that Poveglia served as a massive cemetery for victims of the Black Death and other diseases. Considered to be one of the most haunted places on earth, Poveglia is said to be haunted by ghosts of plague victims, war victims and of a murderous asylum doctor. Going back to history, it has had a fort, quarantine station for the bubonic plague and also an asylum.



4.North Sentinel Island, India


Home to the Sentinelese tribe, the North Sentinel Island in the Andaman chain is one of the forbidden islands in the world. The people inhabiting the island often get violent to safeguard their isolation. The Sentinelese tribe have lived on the island for over 50,000 years under the protection of the Indian Government. This region is strictly prohibited for visitors of any kind and is one of the most dangerous and forbidden places in the world.


5.The Coca Cola vault in Atlanta United States

The recipe for Coca-Cola is considered one of the best-kept secrets in the world — and they keep it as a secret by storing it away in a large security vault and as a result it is a forbidden place.



6.The White Club, U.K.

There are still, certain places in the world where women are forbidden access — the best known probably being gentlemen's clubs, which are very popular within British culture.

Founded in 1693 and located at 37 St. James' Street in Picadilly, the members of The White's Club include political leaders, senior bankers, and even heirs to the British throne.

The restriction on women is such that only Queen Elizabeth has ever managed to gain entry.


7.Doomsday vault,Norway




The Doomsday Vault is a seed bank situated in the heart of the Arctic Svalbard archipelago. This is a secure vault that preserves a variety of plant seeds. It is an attempt to safeguard the seeds in case of an apocalypse or global crisis. From every nook and corner of the globe, crates of seeds are sent to the Doomsday Vault for long-term storage. The vault is only open to special guests on specific days.



8.Diego García, British Overseas Territories



Diego García is full of dense jungles and white sandy beaches, but access to this island is highly restricted to the public. Located between East Africa, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia, Diego García is an important strategic asset for the US Navy, which has a major military base there. It's also said that some of the CIA's most important floating black sites could be located in this area, according to The Guardian.


9.Jiangsu National Security Education Museum, China


In 2009 China opened the doors of its national spy museum.

Located in Nanjing, the collection at the Jiangsu National Security Education Museum exhibits the history of espionage and secret intelligence services from the early days of the Communist Party of China to the late 1920s.

While checking out weapons disguised as regular objects, spy cameras, or eavesdropping devices might sound an interesting visit, the museum isn't entirely open to the public — foreigners are completely forbidden from entering.

10.Vatican Apostolic Archive, Vatican City



The secrets of religion are some of the most heavily guarded in the world and none more so than the Vatican Apostolic Archive (previously the Vatican Secret Archive). Centuries of secrets remain a mystery within the vaults of the Vatican, from state papers to accounting to letters. Speculation on what lies beneath include evidence of demons, extraterrestrials and even the Church's alleged contribution to the fascism of the mid-20th century.


Thank you for reading my article thoroughly and hope you found this informative and useful. Don't forget to hit the like button and feel free to express your opinion in the comments. Till then Stay safe and happy. Travel safely. Have a great day ahead.

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