9 Most Forbidden Places to Go on Earth

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  1. Snake Island

Ilha da Queimada Grande, Brazil

Home to thousands of species of venomous snakes, Snake Island is considered to be one of the most dangerous islands on Earth.

  1. Lascaux Caves

Vezere Valley, France

This used to be one of the main tourist attraction in France. Mostly visited by archeologists from around the world, the cave is now closed to the public due to preservation reasons.

  1. Room 39

North Korea

The organization is estimated to bring in between $500 million and $1 billion per year or more and may be involved in illegal activities.

  1. Vatican Secret Archives

Vatican City

With the Pope having primary ownership, this place is the central reservoir of the “acts” instigated by his Holy See.

  1. Queens Bedroom

Buckingham Palace, England

Located in a restricted corner of the Buckingham Palace in England. The heist was the biggest royal security breaches to date.

  1. Fort Knox

Louisville, Kentucky

A US military base also used to house the United State’s bouillons of golds. Built in 1918, it was the home of the U.S. Army Armor Center and the U.S.

  1. Google Data Center

Eemshaven, Netherlands

Don’t you ever wonder where all Google’s answers are kept? It’s in Google’s data center located in Eemshaven, Netherlands.

  1. Area 51

Lincoln County, Nevada

Also called Paradise Ranch and Dream Land. This place is said to support the development and testing of experimental aircraft and weapons systems also known as the Black Project.

  1. Coca-Cola Vault

Although “Vault” was a sweetened carbonated beverage that was released by The Coca-Cola Company, there is a literal Coca-Cola Vault that is so heavily guarded. It is where the Coca-Cola secret recipe is kept.

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