12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

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If you think that freedom of movement around the world is a reality, think again. There are places in the world where you will definitely never get — neither for money, nor for beautiful eyes. From secret military bases to places of religious worship - these places are on the list of the most closed and forbidden to visit.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

RAF Menwith Hill, a military base in Harrogate, England. This unusual-looking complex of buildings and spherical structures provides communications and intelligence support to the UK and the US. The base is so huge that it is called the largest electronic monitoring station in the world. It is assumed that each satellite (large round spherical objects) is part of the Echelon system, a classified network that is used to spy on private and commercial communications.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Bohemian grove. Similar to the scenery for the cult thriller, Bohemian Grove is 2.7 thousand acres of countryside somewhere in the area of Monte Rio, California. The land is owned by a private art lovers club from San Francisco, known as the Bohemian Club. Every summer, the club holds two-week events in the forest for the most influential people on the planet. It all looks extremely suspicious.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

The secret archives of the Vatican. This is not just an old library, but the Vatican library! Only a few people have access to these treasures. But do not worry: if you want to read a book (and they all belong to the Pope), you will be sent a copy of it by e-mail. Very modern!

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Lascaux Cave, France. This cave is located in the south-west of France, and in fact it is a complex of caves, famous all over the world thanks to rock paintings of the Paleolithic era, which are more than 17.5 thousand years old. At one time, the caves were open to visitors, but now they had to be closed for the sake of preserving the drawings.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Pine Gap, Australia. This military base is considered the Australian equivalent of the American Zone 51. It is located in Central Australia. It is run by the government and the CIA. This is the only place in the country over which aviation flights are prohibited. The base is used as a monitoring center. It is not known what exactly is being monitored there, but according to some reports, several combat drone programs are being operated from Pine Gap.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Moscow Metro‑2. This is a secret underground transport system that runs in parallel with the regular metro in Moscow. The system was built in the era of Stalin's rule under the code name D-6. To questions about the existence of this system, the FSB gives neither confirmations nor refutations. According to some reports, there are four routes at a depth of 50 to 200 meters, directly connecting the Kremlin with the FSB building on Lubyanka, the government airport and the underground complex in Ramenki.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Room 39 (Bureau 39), North Korea. This is a secret organization whose only task is to find ways to get foreign currency for Kim Jong-un. It was founded in 1970 and was considered the main agent of the so-called "court economy". Very little is known about Room 39, but it is believed that she has more than 20 accounts in Switzerland and China, which are used exclusively for money laundering and other illegal transactions. There are also rumors that the organization is involved in drug trafficking and illegal arms trafficking. The secret organization reports to more than 130 trading companies owned by Kim Jong-un. The headquarters is located in the Workers' Party building in Pyongyang.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Mezhgorye, Bashkiria. It is believed that this place is a secret nuclear missile base. There are two battalions permanently stationed here, which drive away uninvited guests. The base has automatic ballistic missiles that can be remotely launched in the event of a nuclear strike, which is detected by sensors of light, pressure and seismic activity.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

"Club 33" in Disneyland, Florida, USA. This inconspicuous door in the largest Disney theme park is the entrance to an exclusive club where only its members can enter. How to get there? First we need to find him. It is located in the area of New Orleans Square. But it won't work just like that: the door is open only to club members, including US presidents, leaders of large companies and actors. But there is still a loophole: club members can bring friends and partners with them. It remains only to make friends with the president.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Area 51, USA. Perhaps this is the worst-kept secret. Area 51 is an American military base in Nevada about 80 miles northwest of Las Vegas. There is a large military airfield in the center of the base. According to insiders, the main purpose of the base is the research and development of experimental aircraft and weapons. The strangest thing is that the American authorities do not recognize its existence, contributing to the development of speculation, up to the version that it is used to study UFOs and aliens.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

Google data center. That's where Big Brother sits. The place is carefully guarded, no worse than Zone 51. No wonder: trillions of archives with Internet user data are stored here.

12 places where you will definitely never be allowed

The Church of Mary of Zion in Axum, Ethiopia. This church is closed to visitors: it is believed that it houses one of the most significant biblical objects — the Ark of the Covenant, which, according to legend, was brought to Ethiopia by Menelik I from his father, King Solomon.

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