There are placed in the world that are a bit hard to visit. Some require a connection to someone powerful, while others require hearty donation, but there are some places that are just not possible to be visited by common people. Here are 15 places that literally no one is allowed to visit.
GOOGLE DATA CENTERS
Google’s Data Centers are located all over the world and as you can probably guess, they’re completely cut off form the outside world. Google stores personal information of millions of customers and it’s obviously justified that they’d be so paranoid about their security. Outsiders have yet to see these centers with their own eyes as the only pictures we have were sent by Google themselves.
Niihau used to be a rent free island on Hawaii, but don’t get excited and start to pack your bags. It was bought by the Robinson Family in 1864. Since then, no one other than the natives are allowed on the island.
COCA COLA VAULT
If you think you know paranoia, think again. Coca Cola has been protecting it’s recipe and ingredients for the past 200 years behind a vault. The vault is in Atlanta and only two people know the access codes. They aren’t allowed to travel together in case of an accident and if one of them dies, the other chooses a successor.
Obviously, from the name you can understand that there’d be snakes here. But, do you know there are 430,000 snakes on this 430,000 square meters of land? There isn’t anyone to stop you from going there, but I’m pretty sure no one’s going to put Snake Island as their favorite vacation spot.
As we all have heard, Area 51 is supposedly an Intelligence base somewhere in the United States. If you believe the conspiracies, it supposedly harbors information about UFO and extraterrestrial beings. CIA has admitted about the existence of Area 51, or as they call it, Homey Airport. But, they haven’t exactly made clear what’s going on in that base.
Poveglia is supposedly a haunted island located somewhere between Venice and Lido. Since the 18th century 100,000 people have died on that island. Just like Snake Island, you’re welcome to go there. But, I don’t think anyone would want to.
Well, if you aren’t Captain Price (a CoD reference btw), you probably won’t make it to Chernobyl. It’s a city in Ukraine that had a nuclear power plant incident in 1986 that led to an island wide evacuation. The city is empty ever since.
BANK OF ENGLAND VAULTS
Bank of England is the Central Bank of the UK and holds the gold reserves of more than 30 countries and itself as well. As you can probably expect, the security is 1000 times more than any other bank in the world. The bank stores about 3% of the gold ever mined which cost about £156,000,000,000.
Zone Rouge is a city somewhere near 1200 km of France and it was completely destroyed during the first World War. The dead bodies and the explosion contaminated the city so much that the French Government prohibited anyone from going there.
Ever wanted to see where the queen of the UK sleeps? Well, this one fellow Michael Fagan who managed to do so. He woke up the queen who immediately called security. You can visit other parts of the Buckingham Palace, but you can’t see the Queen’s Bedroom. There has only been one trespasser in the history of England.
Behold, the most expensive club in the world. Did you ever imagine that Disney would have a club that cost $35,000 for the first visit and $25,000 per year after that? The original club is in Disneyland while there are two other replicas around the world.
Mezhgorye is a secret facility loaded with all sorts of nuclear machinery. It’s rumored that Mezhgorye has sensors to detect nuclear missiles and responses with one of their own before it hits the ground.
AIR FORCE ONE
The Presidential plane is like a fortress in the air. The plane is strong enough to survive a nuclear blast and absolutely no one is allowed on board.
NORTH SENTINEL ISLAND
The North Sentinel Island is full of people that want to say far away from outsiders. They’ve attacked ships and even helicopters with everything they have. After they killed two fishermen that reached there by accident, India banned people from visiting that island.
It’s safe to say that when it comes to it’s interests, the United States has no problem investing millions to protect it. Situated in Kentucky, Fort Knox is home to the United States Bullion Depository. The vault holds the country gold reserves and most of it’s treasures. There are about three dozen security measures in place to guard the vault. Fort Knox isn’t completely cut off from the public, however, don’t ask anyone about the vault.