Forbidden places around the world you can’t visit
Vatican Apostolic Archive, Vatican: Formerly known as the Vatican Secret Archive, it serves as a storage space for numerous documents.
Heard Island and McDonald Islands, Australia: One of the most remote territories in the world, they're considered an Australian territory.
Lascaux caves, France: The Lascaux caves feature invaluable cave art that dates back to about 17,000 years ago.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Norway: Located on the remote Arctic island of Spitsbergen in Norway, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Norway: Built to last 200 years, it's deep enough underground and high enough above sea level to withstand earthquakes.
Area 51, USA: Famously off-limits to the public, Area 51 is also one of the most mysterious locations in the US.
Room 39, North Korea: Created in the late 1970s, Room 39 is apparently a secret department located in the Worker's Party.
Room 39, North Korea: According to some defectors, it houses foreign cash for the elites. Other illegal activities coming out of Room.
Coca-Cola’s Vault, USA: The World of Coca-Cola Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, is the site of a multi-million dollar vault.
Mezhgorye, Russia: Located somewhere in the Southern Ural Mountains.