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Top 10 places you aren’t allowed to visit

Top 10 places you aren’t allowed to visit

In this beautiful world there are so many things to visit for spare time and for enjoyment but there are also some places that are not allowed to visit. Here you can check Top 10 places you aren’t allowed to visit.

10. RAF Menwith Hill U.K.

RAF Menwith Hill U.K.

This U.K base is the world’s largest electronic monitoring site. If there is a conspiracy being plotted or a missile being launched they will be the first to hear about it. This base is the ground station for various satellites which are controlled by the N.S.A. The large white domes contain huge antennae and are also an element of the ECHELON project.

9. Club 33, Disneyland, California, U.S.A

 Club 33, Disneyland, California, U.S.A

This is an exclusive members club for VIP’s located in the heart of Disneyland (New Orleans Square). You’ll have to wait more than a decade in the waiting list to join this club. Disneyland owns a park wide license for liquor but Club 33 is the only location which serves alcoholic beverages. The number 33 has always been mysterious but it can be explained by the address 33 Royal Street or by the names of the 33 corporate sponsors who helped to build Disneyland.

8. Bohemian Groove, California, U.S.A

Bohemian Groove, California, U.S.A

At first it might appear as a usual camping site but to get inside you’ll have to be one of the world’s most powerful people. Every year around mid July the grove hosts a three weekend camping party of the powerful men.

7. Vatican Secret Archive, Vatican City

Vatican Secret Archive, Vatican City

Actually most of the texts can be ordered up. The secret just refers to the papers it contains belonging to the pope. But there is no chance of you ever going inside. The word “secret” has been used here resembling the meaning of the word private.

6. Lascaux Caves, France

Lascaux Caves, France

These caves are covered in Paleolithic cave art and only a handful of handpicked scientists get to enter.

5. Pine Gap, Australia

Pine Gap, Australia

This is the only area in Australia designated as “prohibited” which prohibits entering and overflying the airspace up to a height of 5,500 m.

4. Metro 2, Moscow, Russia

Metro 2, Moscow, Russia

This is a purported secret underground metro system in Moscow. It is built by Stalin for the use by Russian secret services.

3. Room 39, Pyongyang, North Korea

Room 39, Pyongyang, North Korea

This place is allegedly a government controlled front for drug dealing and smuggling. It is involved in the production and perpetration of methamphetamine and morpine derivatives like heroin. Room 39 is also recognized for its international insurance frauds.

2. Mezghorye, Russia

Mezghorye, Russia

This place is rumored to be the location of Russia’s ‘dead hand’ nuclear missile site. There are two battalions permanently stationed there to keep away the prying eyes. The site houses the automatically triggered ballistic missiles which are activated in case of a nuclear strike which is detected by many pressure, radioactivity, seismic and light sensors.

1. Area 51, Nevada, U.S.A

Area 51, Nevada, U.S.A

This air-force test site is so closely guarded that many conspiracy theories are abound. People have come up with theories related to weapons research and aliens. The base is supposedly conducting experiments and reverse engineering on crashed alien vehicles so as to harvest their technology. There are also myths related to time travel and teleportation.

About Sadekur Rahaman

Mathematician, Engineer, blogger, Gadget Geek, founder of several useful websites including All Top Tens who loves to read and write.

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