There are some places on the Earth that are popular not because it is a famous tourist attraction spots or something but, because you're not allowed to set your foot there.
We call those places as restricted and it's an offence to pay a visit to these spots but if you dare to go against the rules, then trouble will accompany you too. Go through the entire article and find out what makes it a "prohibited" area.
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Snake Island is the only place in the whole world where you can find the golden lance head Viper, one of the deadliest species of snake. The venom of this snake can eat up all the tissues of your body and flesh and which is why the government of Brazil has banned people from going to this island.
Fort Knox is home to gold bullion reserve and other remarkable items considered as national treasures. You can also call it one of the most secure places on the planet as it's security consists of tons of attack helicopters and almost 30,000 soldiers. The vault itself is protected by a 22-ton blast-proof door.
Svalbard Seed Vault comprises world's largest collection of crop diversity and it's kind of a backup storage for 1000 of samples of seeds by various gene banks collected worldwide. It's built with permafrost and thick rock and that makes sure that seed remains frozen even at times of unexpected power failures.
Vatican Library is one of the most secretive and largest libraries in the world. The library contains priceless items from ancient Maya codices to books that explain the existence of Aliens. Only a few privileged people have access to the library and its mysterious vaults.
Data Center of Google holds endless records of data of all the Internet users and only few Google geniuses are allowed there!
Area 51 is one of the most secretive locations on the planet and it serves as R&D base for aircraft and experimental weaponry. The US government denied its existence until 2013.
Pine Gap is operated by the CIA and Australian government. It is the only no-fly zone in the country and it's an abode to drone stripe programs.
Inside Lascaux Caves are ancient paintings which are more than 17,000 years old. In 1963, in order to protect the paintings, the French government called this place as restricted only.
Mezhgorye is a secret town in the Republic of Bashkortostan and it is a home to missiles that can be easily triggered remotely when nuclear war takes place. The entire base is guarded permanently by 2 battalions.
To avoid replication of the taste of Coca-Cola, its secret recipe hides behind this high-tech vault. Only a few people know the real formula to make Coca-Cola.