Top 10 Significant Places Where Tourists Are Banned

 

10 Mezhgorye, Republic of Bashkortostan

Mezhgorye is a closed town in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, situated in the southern Ural Mountains near Mount Yamantau, about 200 kilometers southeast of the republic ‘s capital, Ufa, on the banks of the Maly Inser River. Population: 17,352 people; 19,082. Mezhgorye is a closed city in Russia, thought to reside on the ultra-secret Yamantaw range. The US believes it’s an amazing nuclear base and/or a bunker here. The town was founded in the year 1979. Mount Yamantaw is the highest massif in the southern Urals, having a height of 1640 metres. Together with Mount Kosvinsky Mountain (600 km north), it is part of a U.S. position that I believe is an amazing nuclear base and/or bunker here. Large exploration programs captured Americans in satellite photographs, most recently in the late nineties, during Boris Yeltsin ‘s reign after the fall of the Soviet Union.

9 Vatican Secret Archives

It has been discussed on many occasions-given their names, archives are not hidden. You will see a text like this here. You can’t just … go into the archive. You need to submit your record request and make it available. Despite what is presented in Ron Howard and Dan Brown ‘s novel “Angels & Demons,” the documents are available in full, and there are no hidden copies of a scientific theory or some other valuable works that have been banned. The only non-accessible records are those not yet 75 years old (this is to protect diplomatic and government information). There are no indexes for those who would like to know whether the archive contains a particular text. The secret archives of the Vatican are intended to shield from the shelves with a total length of 84 kilometres, and here there are more than 35,000 volumes only in limited catalogues.

8 Club 33

Disneyland has well-established limits on alcohol for the public who wish to host private parties here, contrary to common belief. But there is one spot in Disneyland that sells alcohol at any time: Club 33. Club 33 is a private club located in the center section dedicated to New Orleans Square, one of the most important locations where visitors are banned. Official kept secret as the amusement park, club entry is near Blue Bayou restaurant, at “33 Royal Street” and you can recognise them with the number 33 plate etched on it. Entrance fees are $10 to $30, and parking is included in the price. If you wish to join our club, you will have to register 14 years on a waiting list.

7 Metro-2 in Moscow

Metro-2 is the informal term for a potentially secret subway network that resembles the Moscow Metro public. Under the time of Joseph Stalin the program was ostensibly designed, or at least began, and was codenamed D-6 by the KGB.

Another of the most important locations in Russia where visitors are banned. Metro-2 is a deep underground subway in Moscow that runs parallel to the Russian capital. During the Stalinist era the device is believed to have been designed and received codenamed D-6 by the KGB. Russian journalists have reported that neither the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) nor the Moscow Metro administration has acknowledged nor denied the presence of the Metro-2 network. The length of Metro-2 is supposed to exceed that of Civil Metro (it is said to have 4 lines and a depth of 50 to 200 metres. It is also believed that, in addition to other locations of national importance, this underground system connects FSB headquarters in the Kremlin, Vnukovo-2 government airport and an underground city called Ramenki. No need to note that the fact that no one can confirm the presence makes it very difficult to visit this spot.

6 White Gentlemen’s Club

White’s is England’s most exclusive mens’ club and one of the most significant places where tourists are banned. It was founded in 1693 by Francesco Bianco of Italy (Francis White) to sell the newly discovered hot chocolate but became a typical (but extremely private) gentlemen’s club. The club is renowned for its “betting book” in which its members can make odd bets. The club is renowned for its “betting book” in which its members can make odd bets. The most popular of these is the 3000-pound bet on the first two rain drops which would fall on a glass.

 5 Area 51

Area 51 is the common name of a highly classified US Air Force facility located within the Test and Training Range of Nevada. The facility is officially referred to as Homey Airport or Groom Lake, named for the salt flat next to its airfield.

Area 51 is the name assigned to a military base situated in the southern desert of Nevada, 133 kilometers north-west of downtown Las Vegas, in the western US. A secret military airfield is at the center of this military base on the south shore of Groom Lake. This base’s main objective is to build and test an experimental plane and different types of weapons. The secret that floats around this base, which is not referenced by the US government, relates to the subject of conspiracy theories about the central component of a UFO.

4 Room 39

Room 39 or Bureau 39 is definitely the most secret organization and one of North Korea’s most important places where tourists are banned, aimed at attracting foreign currency to Kim Jong-il, the former North Korean chairman of the National Defense Commission. There is speculation that this organization would use 10 to 20 bank accounts for counterfeiting, money laundering, and other illicit transactions in China and Switzerland. Room 39 was developed in the late 70s and was identified as the Kim family ‘s central source of stability, the so-called “home economy.” Where he took the name is not known and very little is known on Camera 39 because of the secret nature of this organization, but there is speculation that this organization would use 10 to 20 bank accounts in China and Switzerland for forgery, money laundering, and other illicit transactions. And further believes the people here are involved in drug trafficking and the selling of illegal weapons. The company has 120 companies under its international trade authority, and is under Kim Jong-il’s direct control after his son, Kim Jong-un, took over his death control. North Korea has denied having engaged in any illegal operation.

3 Ise Grand Tomb

Ise Grand Tomb of Japan (which is in reality a series of over 100 graves) is Japan’s most sacred place of its kind. He is devoted to Amaterasu (the goddess of the sun) and has lived here since 4 BCE The most important aspect of Japan’s imperial history is believed to be the oldest tomb: Naik. The tomb is destroyed and reconstructed every 20 years, beginning with the Shinto concept of death and rebirth. The person who can join Singura is here the priest or priestess, and he must be an imperial Japanese family member. And if you’re not a written princess or princess in Japan, you can’t see more than Ise Grand’s tomb wall.

2 Emergency operations center on mount weather

The Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center is a civilian command facility used as the Federal Emergency Management Agency operations center in the U.S. state of Virginia. Also known as the High Point Special Facility since 1991, the common acronym is “SF.”

Not only is this one of the important places where visitors are prohibited, but it’s also a spot where people hope they don’t have to ever enter! There is also a top secret area in films showing the real end of the planet in which US government officials and a few more select few, with the expectation we we come out alive after the catastrophe. There is an operational emergency centre. It was established in the 1950s, during the Cold War, but is still running to this day. Here is a ‘last hope’ place. That the small majority of telecommunications traffic is transferred is run by the Federal Agency for Emergency Situations Management which is functional in the event of local disasters in the US.

1 RAF Menwith Hill

Royal Air Force Menwith Hill is a Royal Air Force station near Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England which provides United Kingdom and the United States with communications and intelligence support services.

RAF Menwith Hill is a British military base, with links to the multinational intelligence network of ECHELON. Here’s a satellite earth station, and it’s an interception location and warning military described as the world’s largest electronic monitoring system. The position functions as a terrestrial station on behalf of the National Security Agency and allegedly part of the ECHELON network for a series of satellites run by the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office. This program was developed from the beginning sailor’60 to track the military and diplomatic communications of the Soviet Union and the allies of the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War, but its purpose is believed to support terrorist attacks, plans for drug trafficking and political and diplomatic intelligence services. The company has been active in corporate surveillance activities, and claims it monitors all of the world’s telephone and radio messages, which is an egregious breach of the person’s privacy.