Forbidden Places in the World You Aren’t Allowed to Visit

Pluto’s Gate: Pluto’s Gate, also called the Ploutonion at Hierapolis, was discovered in the 1960s by Italian archaeologists.

Maya Bay: After the 2000 movie The Beach, which starred A-list actor Leonardo DiCaprio.

Langley: Langley is an unincorporated town that has become synonymous with secret U.S..

Tillamook Rock Lighthouse: Tillamook Rock Light is an inactive lighthouse located on the Oregonian coast of the U.S.

Vatican Secret Archive: Very few people have access to the Vatican Secret Archive, as only scholars over the age of seventy-five.

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Fort Knox: Fort Knox is a U.S. Army installation located in Kentucky, and it is famous for being impossible to break into. 

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Little Hall’s Pond Cay: Little Hall’s Pond Cay is a privately-owned island that is off-limits to the public.

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Vale do Javari: The Brazilian government has made it illegal for people who are not indigenous.

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Area 51: Area 51 is one of the most popular military facilities in America, thanks to the large number of rumors.

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Bohemian Grove: “Weaving Spiders Come Not Here” is the motto hanging outside Bohemian Grove’s headquarters".

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Google Data Centers: Google operates data centers on four different continents.

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Chauvet Cave: Located within Southeastern France, the Chauvet Cave has some of the most well-preserved figurative.

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Chapel of the Tablet: Located in Aksum, Ethiopia, the Chapel of the Tablet is supposedly the home of the Ark.

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Korean Demilitarized Zone, DMZ: The Korea Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is a strip of land that crosses the Korean Peninsula. 

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Aksai Chin: Aksai Chin is a disputed border area between China and India, though it is primarily controlled by China.

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