We are driven by our nature to constantly learn new things and find new locations (because, maybe, we can learn something new from those locations). However, there are some locations on our planet that we are forbidden to visit.
This metro station in Moscow has been built to protect from a potential nuclear catastrophe. The interesting thing for this metro station is that it’s located 50-500 meters below the ground level, parallel to the public metro.
2. The Lascaux Cave
This system of caves has been banned for public since 1963. It is located in the southern France.
What is special for these caves are the paintings found on the walls. Those paintings are 20,000 years old, and the CO2 which was exhaled by tourists started degrading the paint. That is why the government made this place closed for public and protected by UNESCO.
3. East Rennell, Solomon Islands
This beautiful island is inhabited by tribes of locals that don’t like foreigners. It is protected by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
4. Easter Island, Chile
This island is located in the Pacific Ocean and it is known worldwide by the giant statues of head. It is one of the most remote protected places on Earth.
5. Proveglia, Italy
This island has been a place of exile, a shelter, a refuge, and a dumping ground for sick and dead for centuries.
6. The Ise Grand Shrine
This is one of the most sacred places in Japan. It is one of the oldest shrines in the world and it comprises of over 100 shrines. Normal, common folk are not allowed to enter. Only the members of the imperial Japanese family, or priests and priestess can enter this ground.