There are quite a few most restricted places around the world that we wanted to visit at least once. The reason can be either due to endangerment or because they’re historical. It’s human nature. Whether you’ve listened in on a private conversation or opened a door you weren’t supposed to or ignored warning signs, our inquisitiveness has at least once gotten the best of us.
So here are 12 most restricted places of the world that common people like us aren’t allowed to visit them!
Coca-Cola is probably the most known name on this list. It’s known by almost everyone on the planet. However, Coca Cola’s recipe is something known to a handful of people. Locked in a secret vault, only the authorized people are allowed to go inside and see the recipe.
Created in 2000, HavenCo was a data haven, data hosting Service Company. It worked in a discreet manner and provided its services to only a few organizations. It was eventually shut down in 2008 but during its working period, not everyone was allowed to access it.
3.Gold vault- Bank of England
I am 100% sure that everyone reading this will want to see this vault. It contains about 5000 tons of gold. The vault as the name suggests is located in the United Kingdom and is literally impossible to get in without authorization.
4.Secret Archives of the Vatican
If you have read Dan Brown’s novel, Angels, and Demons or if you have seen the movie of the same name, then you probably know what I am talking about. The archives containing a plethora of books and original documents from history is only accessible to the elite members of the Vatican Society.
Sounds like the name of a movie, right? Well, the place itself is no less than a part of some movie plot. Built in 1970, Room 39 or ‘court of the economy’ is the place where North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong Un’s foreign currency is bought.
Yet another fancy name for a place that’s not accessible to the common people. Area 51 is remote detachment facility of Edwards Air Force Base of The United State Air Force. This place is highly classified and secured.
Pine Gap can be taken as the Australian equivalent of USA’s Area 51. This place has been declared as the no-fly zone and is always monitored by the CIA and the Government of Australia.
Yes, you read that correctly. Located in Brazil, this island is enough to make you go sleepless for nights. The island is full of the deadliest and the venomous snakes. Poisonous enough to melt human flesh without any delay. This is among the dangerous and most restricted places of the world.
A fort that has been totally fortified and is always guarded by almost 30000 soldiers. Considered as the most secure place in U.S, Fort Knox is not accessible by everyone. Reason? It is the safe house for all the national treasures.
10.The Svalbard Seed Vault
Yet another vault on the list. Situated on a remote Norwegian Island, the Svalbard Seed Vault is highly secured and protected. The Vault contains every variety of seed available to use them in the case of any global crisis.
11.Air Force One
Air force and high-end security go hand in hand, right? Air force one is literally not accessible by anyone on the planet. The content of this aircraft is unknown. To get inside Air Force One, you need to be trusted for minimum one year with the President’s security records.
12.Club 33 at Disneyworld
Well, this place is not entirely inaccessible for people like us but you have to wait for 14 years to get inside this secret club owing to the 14-year long waiting list. And if you are lucky enough to get on the list, you would be required to give a 40000$ initiation fee and another 27000$ as an annual fee. And is the best in the list of most restricted places of the world.