6 Amazing Places that You’ll Never be Able to Visit in Person
Maybe you’ve decided this year to not take a vacation because you’re just too bored of the same old places you used to go for many years in a row. Your are searching for something different but nothing seems to suit you? Well, there are some destinations that offer something different but they are kind of difficult to visit. Why is that? Because, aside from the fact that they are gorgeous, they can be either dangerous or forbidden.
Take a look at the following 100% private places.
Snake Island, Brazil
It is a place prohibited by the Brazilian government due to the fact that the island is home to 4,000 of the world’s most deadliest snakes.
Wildenstein Institute – Paris, France
Billionaire art dealer Guy Wildenstein and his family are the owners of some of the world’s best art but sadly, their collection is not open to the public.
Dulce Base – New Mexico, United States of America
Dulce Base is not open to the public, and thus it is considered a mysterious place.
Plum Island, New York, United States of America
Plum Island hosts the Plum Island Animal Disease Center and is guarded by the United States Department of Homeland Security.
Amber Room, Russia
Before disappearing during World War II, the Amber Room was considered the “Eight Wonder of the World“. Nobody knows what happened to it, but in 2003 it was recreated in the Catherine Palace near Saint Petersburg.
The Chapel of the Tablet at the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion – Axum, Ethiopia
It is believed that inside the Ethiopian Orthodox Church there is the Ark of the Covenant, a biblical chest that holds many important things detailed in the Old Testament. The Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion can be visited but the chapel is off limits.