14 MYSTERIOUS PLACES TRAVELERS NEVER MENTION


14 mysterious Places Travelers never mention Travel lovers know all the main attractions offered by popular tourist destinations However there are other corners of Earth Spot that for one reason or another remains forbidden to ordinary people? Would you like to see these truly mysterious locations for yourself? Who wouldn’t at least we can do it by watching the video? 14 the Conference Japan These artificial Islands are the ancient burial sites of members of the Japanese imperial family on? Rare occasions that can be visited by archeologists but only with the permission of the imperial court 13 North Sentinel Island, India The natives living on the Island will stop at nothing to protect their land from outsiders So for the tourists safety the Indian authorities prohibit anyone from approaching the location 12 area 51, Usa the existence of this top-secret facility was only officially confirmed by the us government in 2013 according to the partially declassified documents Area 51 is a us Air force base Where next-generation aircraft are being developed and tested? Eleven Church of St.. Mary of Zion, Ethiopia especially built Chapel houses the Church’s holiest reza the ark of the covenant The ark’s Guardian the only person who has access to the relic It’s forbidden to leave the church’s premises neither can converse without side Ten Kaho, Holloway Island, Usa throughout its history this arid Island used to be a site of religious Rituals a penal colony and a us, navy training ground These days kaho holloway. Enjoys the status of a nature reserve The only way you can visit it is by joining one of the volunteer teams working to restore the local environment nine British Telecom Power United Kingdom Ever since an incident involving an explosion inside the power The revolving restaurant and observation that remain closed off to the public Occasionally from the bt. Tower plays host to charity events 200 people still get the lucky chance to see London from a different perspective 8 DC Grand Shrine, Japan The territory of Japan’s holiest Shrine complex is only accessible to priests and members of the imperial family Everyone else has to make do with admiring the roofs of the shrines from behind several rows of fences seven the Ghost town of Arusha Cyprus This resort adjacent to the city of Famagusta Used to be cyprus as top tourist destination But everything changed in july 1974 When Following a mass evacuation the Deserted City is taken over by invading Turkish Troops ever since then Verrocchio remains fenced off forming part of the buffer zone patrolled by the Turkish army six Sable Island Canada Situated in the atlantic this drifting sandy Island has a population of fewer than 30 people and is a veritable graveyard of something chest Because of its unique features stable has been declared a nature reserve To visit it has to write a petition to the government of Canada explaining the necessity of attraction Five Fionan datacenter suite Built in Stockholm during the cold war this usually a bunker has lately been transformed into an ultra-Modern office environment for Swedish internet service provider Here at a depth of 98 feet and hidden behind three and a half foot thick doors The information belonging to many popular websites is piqued store for Lascaux Caves France The Entrance Velasco is now closed to tourists after 15 years of unrestricted access You can visit a replica of the cave or enjoy a virtual tour 3 the Dawn to end Radar Station, Russia this Modern-day pyramid has a height of 131 feet and a width at the base of 459 feet it is a key element in the city of Moscow’s missile defense system on Rare occasions journalists are allowed and guided tour of the facility, but that’s assured They’re only being shown a small fraction of what’s inside – not Rushmore Hall of Records, Usa in addition to the famous giant bass reliefs of America’s greatest presidents Now rushmore has another intriguing feature a secret room carved out deep inside the rock The room is a time capsule containing copies of the Country’s most important historical documents The entrance to this room is barred by a granite slab door equipped with a combination lock mechanism number one an elusive underwater waterfall Mauritius When viewed from Above Mauritius Island in the Indian Ocean seems to be located near a fascinating underwater waterfall However this fascinating phenomenon is just an optical illusion created by a runoff of silt and sand deposits Which places would you like to visit? Share your thoughts in the comments don’t forget they hit the like button below the video and click Subscribe to stay on the bright side of life you

100 thoughts on “14 MYSTERIOUS PLACES TRAVELERS NEVER MENTION

  1. aren't these so called japanese imperial family originated from Korea? probably the main reason the gov't wouldn't let archeologists or anyone step foot in any of those ancient sites

  2. i already live in mauritius
    i already visited the underwater waterfall which is known as Le Morne Brabant

  3. I live in Cyprus my whole life. I am a Cypriot. People here still want to go back to their houses in Famagusta and other towns. The ghost town is so silent and nobody is there that even a gentle breeze can make goosebumps appear on your skin. Cypriots put some notes out of the fence that doesn't let us go to our houses. And the most famous one is: "Open up! I have let my soul in there!". Surely, people's lives changes since 1974. And we can't we can go back. To our grandparent's houses. The ghost town of my country, Famagusta is said to be inhibited by the spirits of the people that died in 1974. We love the place that is hidden in the sand. That's from where Famagusta took it's name anyway. 🙂

  4. so that person who is inside the church and never gets out, why? how does he eat? what if he dies in there? what if he gets very sick and has to go to the hospital? 😐 I have a billion of questions

  5. Church of St. Mary of zion Ethiopian. any one want vist…..contact me because. l comes from exactly that place 😍😍😍😍

  6. MAURITIUS IS NOT MYSTERIOUS! IT'S JUST THAT BECAUSE AMERICA IS MORE FAMOUS, THEY DONT EVEN CARE ABOUT MAURITIUS AND DONT EVEN HAVE IT ON THEIR MAP! I LIVE IN MAURITIUS AND IS PROUD EVEN IF YOU DONT BOTHER ABOUT IT..

  7. i like
    lascaux cave,france and mount rushmore hall of records,usa and the most an illusive waterfall,mauritius

  8. WAIT!!! Stop scrolling threw the comments, I just want to say that you are an wonderful person and hope you have a great day. Thank you for taking a few seconds to read this now you can keep scrolling. Bye👋😁

  9. Hey! So, I'm not hating, just advising. These videos are very interesting, but you don't know who could be watching them. If someone watching this video lives anywhere close to Mt. Rushmore, for instance, he/she may try to break into the vault at the top. I'm just saying, you should be a little more careful about how much information you give on the video. Maybe you could have just said that there is a hidden vault. Just saying. 😊 These places look very interesting though!

  10. #9 The tower from the Feel Good Inc. video by Gorillaz. The tower actually exists 😀 I want to go there.

  11. The bomb incident at the BT tower (then known as the Post Office tower) occurred in 1971 and was set off by a left wing group. The tower wasn't shut to the public until 1981, when a franchise deal had recently ended. The tower was probably closed because we were in the full throes of 'The Troubles' in Ireland and there were bomb threats from all over by the IRA. At the time, the PO tower was the tallest structure in London, but has since lost some kudos as it is somewhat lower down the list now, eclipsed by the NatWest tower and the Shard. It could be a popular tourist attraction, but I don't think there is too much enthusiasm for this.

  12. I have friends
    My dog didn't die
    My parents are still alive
    I don't want subs or likes, I'm just being honest.

  13. Bright side, ALL CANADIANS WHO LIVE THERE SINCE THEY WERE BORN KNOWS WHAT AND WHERE SABLE ISLAND IS WHEN WHEN THEY WERE LIKE FIVE (that includes me). That is what good education is.

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