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IN Wierd ON 12 Dec, 2015
In the movies, actors break the highly secured areas with ease. With just one button click, they have bombed the door down and are on their way inside. Real life is much different than reel life.
In reality, some places are so heavily guarded that it is beyond impossible to break them. Some of these highly secured areas are listed below.
The Federal Reserve is situated in New York. It is one of the well-guarded places in the world as it has about 25% of the world's gold inside. No doubt, it is so secured. It's vault is situated 80 feet below the sea level!
Fort Knox is an army base which has stored all the US army's valuable things inside. The base has a 22-ton door to keep the valuable things safe inside can withstand any explosive. It's practically impossible to get inside the wrong way.
Area 51 located in Nevada is an Aerospace Research Center. The research center's security level is so advanced that every single movement inside is monitored 24x7 with the help of sensors.
The Mormon Church keeps has its vaults secured in the Litlle cottonwood canyon mountain. The mountain even has temperature controls and motion sensors.
This resort has nuclear proof bunkers beneath. The Greenbriar resort served as the home for the congress in difficult situations.
The border which separates North Korea and South Korea is one of the most guarded borders in the world. The Korean demilitarized zone lies between the two.
Tumen River separates North Korea from Russia. Often people use this route to flee North Korea but the soldiers on duty at the border make it exceptionally difficult for them do so.
It's safe to say that this car park is the most secure place to park your car. It is monitored 24x7 with the help of CCTV's. It has panic buttons and even a bar code scanner. Guess what? In case of an emergency, the place automatically shuts down!
This served as a secure home for the NOMAD earlier, but now it has been publicly available where anyone can go and have a look inside.
This was UK royal family's private helipad. The helipad was closed back in 2010 and, its non-functional now.