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15 Restricted and Forbidden Places that Everyone Would Love to Visit

6. Google Data Center.

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Data centers are usually well protected as they are the brains and souls of tech companies. Google has shared pictures of its data centers around the world that show the size and beauty it beholds. According to Google, when you are searching something on their website, you’re accessing one of the most powerful server networks in the universe known to mankind.

The data centers took over 12 years to be completed and use renewable energy, making them eco-friendly. Some experts say that it is as protected as Area-51 and is off-limits to anyone without proper clearances.

7. The Queen’s Bedroom.

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Elizabeth II has been Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand since February, 6 1952. Her bedroom is located deep in the heart of Buckingham palace and is considered to be one of the top guarded places on Earth.

However, in 1982, a man named Michael Fagan was able to break into the bedroom and is considered as one of the biggest royal security breaches in history.

8. Lascaux Caves.

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Located in Southern France, the Lascaux Caves hold some of the most incredible art from the prehistoric world. Over 600 excellently detailed parietal wall paintings decorate the interior walls and ceilings of the cave. The cave was at first open to the public, however, when the CO2 exhaled by visitors was exceeding, the delicate paintings started to fade away. In order to protect history, the French government was forced to shut down the cave. Access is prohibited to anyone without the required safety equipment.

9. Ise Grand Shrine.

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The Ise Grand Shrine, located in the city of Ise, Mie Prefecture of Japan, has been standing since 4 BC. Only people with royalty are allowed access into the building. Every twenty years, the building is demolished and rebuilt.

10. Mount Weather.

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The Mount Weather Emergency Operations Center is a civilian command facility in the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia. In case of a national disaster, it is a major relocation site for the highest level of civilian and military officials. Though Virginia is a place filled with beautiful beaches and mountains, this is one place you won’t be visiting.

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