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No matter how much you claim to be a Traveler or an explorer, the reality is that none of us will ever be able to explore the darkest secrets of our world. There are so many places that no one is allowed to step on.
North Sentinel Island is one of them. They say the place is populated by an untouched tribe who are prone to possibly each and every single existing disease on the planet. If you try and enter the area, the locals kill you. Don't even dare.
The most dangerous part about this place is that it holds all the information about YOU. Free public tours are not allowed for safety purposes. These centers keep all of Google’s products and services up and running around the clock and around the world all the time.
North Korea's global reputation is not a surprise for anyone. We all know how autocratic this nation is. Room 39, also known as Bureau 39 is a secretive organisation whose sole purpose is to find ways to obtain foreign currency for Kim Jong-un. They are also involved in the illegal activities like producing and distributing drugs.
An absolutely No No to enter and go behind the doors of this!
Keep reading ahead to see more such places.
This is one of the most secretive places in USA. It is of very high importance. This is a major relocation site for the highest level of civilian and military officials in case of national disaster, playing a major role in the continuity of the US government. But obvious, no one is allowed to visit this place.
This is actually an underground Metro that runs parallel to the Moscow Metro. Its existence has neither been accepted or been denied by Russian Authorities.
The secret place is said to connect major cities of Russia with the Federal Security Service (FSB) headquarters, the government airports and an underground town at Ramenki, in addition to other locations of national importance.
The caves are situated in southwestern France and are famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings. The paintings in here are estimated to be around 17,300 years old. While it was open after the World War II for public visits, the government decided to close the caves in 1963.
The Museum is said to have a range of spy documents and gadgets dating from 1927 and finds it too sensitive for civilian eyes. Therefore, no one is allowed to visit this place.