Imagine yourself going to one of the places where you learned some information from the Internet, and did not take your precautions, and you spend time on the road in addition to the effort you make in traveling to find yourself in front of a very dangerous or closed place, and sometimes it may even lead to a loss inside it and there is no exit. Every country inside it has secret places, some of which are known and others that may be unknown, but they are prohibited, no one can enter them either to maintain the safety of visitors or because these places inside are very valuable things, and accordingly, let's get to know together places that are not allowed to visit such as:
1. A volcano on an island in Australia:
This volcanic polar island, which is located in an Australian outer Territory two thirds of the way between Madagascar and Antarctica, is one of the most remote places on earth, and has an area of 368 square miles mountainous, and includes 41 glaciers, and is also home to a group of wild animals such as penguins And seabirds. Nevertheless, in 2000, the University of Hawaii noticed a two- kilometer lava flow coming from the southwest side of "Mawson's Peak", a 2,745- foot active volcano, in addition to bad weather on the island. In addition, it sails for a minimum of two weeks to any land mass another big one, which makes it one of the most dangerous places in the world.
2. Snake Island, Brazil:
Snakes Island is located about 20 miles from São Paulo beach, and this island is home to the most deadly snake in the world, where there are more than 4000 types of snakes, so the Brazilian government banned any visitor but allows scientists to study snakes every few years.
3. Qin Shi Huang China Cemetery:
Farmers discovered the tomb of the first Chinese Emperor, Qin Shi Huang, in 1974, archaeologists have since found about 2,000 clay soldiers, and they expect that another 8,000 remain undiscovered. Despite the excavations, the Chinese government prevented archaeologists from coming into contact with the central graveyard of Qin Shi Huang's body, which had been closed since 210 BC, and this decision partly related to respecting the dead, as well as fear of current technology that never stops excavating without harming antiques Old.
4. Chernobyl Ukraine:
On April 26, 1986, an explosion took place near Chernobyl, Ukraine, and this was the worst nuclear accident in history, although it is impossible to determine the number of radiation- related deaths, but experts estimate that between 9,000 and a million people will die of cancer due to radiation.
5. Buffer zones – Cyprus:
After the outbreak of civil war in Cyprus between the population of Greek and Turkish origin, the fighting ended with a cease- fire, the United Nations took control of a buffer zone in the country's capital, Nicosia, separated by long walls, and no one is allowed to enter that area. Since 1992 until the present time, the US government has refused to reveal the surrounding of "Area 51", which made many conspiracy theories circling around it, whether it is secret military experiments or aliens, and that area has so far been classified under "highly classified".
6. Andaman Islands:
Andaman Islands contain many dense forests in addition to the Bay of Bengal surrounded by coral reefs, which makes it difficult to approach them with boats, so North Sentinel is inhabited by a few indigenous people known as the guards who refused to move and coexist with other peoples, so they did not witness any civilized development However, in 2008, two fishermen were accidentally killed near the tribe, and as the islands experienced the massive earthquake in the Indian Ocean in 2004 and the aftermath of the tsunami, research helicopters assessing damage to the area were attacked by some The people who fired arrows and threw stones at the plane while it was flying over the coast.
7. Boufflia Island, Italy:
This small island is located between Venice and Lido within Lake Venice in northern Italy, and throughout its history, it was used as a navigation checkpoint, and it was the quarantine station for the plague, and in 1968, the Mental Diseases and Immigration Hospital from the island was closed. Therefore, it is believed to be one of the most inhabited places. Ghosts on the face of the earth, where rumors say the ghosts belong to the plague victims, war victims and the ghost of a doctor, and in 2014, the Italian government offered the island a long- term lease (99 years) in the hope that someone would redevelop the island.
8. Vatican City, Italy:
The Vatican City walls contain archives of the monumental history of the work of the Holy See, along with historical documents, official papers, papal account books, and other official correspondence, dating back to the eighth century, and elements include letters from Michelangelo, and a letter from Mary Queen of Scotts, who wrote while she was awaiting the death sentence, and King Henry VIII requested that the marriage be canceled, etc. Exclusively qualified scholars from selected institutions of higher education and research use these archives.