Top 5 Places Around World Where People Not Allow To Go :
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1. Heard Island Volcano, Australia
Heard Island is the top of an active stratification on the Beleaguer Plateau in the southern Indian Ocean, about 4000 km southwest of Western Australia.
Part of Australian territory, along with McDonald Island to the west, Heard is one of Australia’s two currently active volcanoes.
The volcano is frequently active, and occasional reports of eruptions date back to 1881.
In 1980, remote sensing mostly via satellites has been able to detect more and frequent activity at the volcano.
Heard Island on the Beleaguer Plateau in the southern Indian Ocean consists primarily of the emergent portion of two volcanic structures.
The top large glacier-covered composite basaltic-to-trachea cone of Big Ben comprises most of the island.
The smaller Mt. Dixon volcano lies at the NW tip of the island across a narrow isthmus.
Little is known about the structure of Big Ben volcano because of its extensive ice cover.
The historically active Mawson Peak forms the island’s 2745-m high point.
And lies within a 5-6 km wide caldera breached to the SW side of Big Ben.
Small satellite Scotia cones are mostly located on the northern coast.
The 368-square-mile landmass is mountainous, has 41 glaciers and is also home to an array of wildlife including penguins, seals, and marine birds.
However, in 2000, the University of Hawaii noticed a two-kilometer-long lava flow coming from the southwest side of Mason’s Peak.
A 2,745-foot-high complex volcano which has been active ever since.
Aside from the volcano and its dangers, the weather on the island is notoriously poor.
Plus, its a minimum two-week sail to any other major land mass .
making it one of the most dangerous, and hardest places in the world to access.
2. Snake Island, Brazil
Ilha da Queimada Grande, or Snake Island, as it is more affectionately known, is a 43-hectare island located off the Brazilian coastline, approximately 20 miles from the Sao Paulo shore.
The island is home one of the globe’s most deadly species of snake, the Golden Lancehead Viper, whose venom can eat through flesh.
There are more than 4,000 of them on the island.
but local lore suggests that there is one snake for every five square meters of the land.
Whatever the case, the Brazilian government has prohibited any visitors from setting foot there with one exception:
Every few years the government grants a handful of scientists a permit to study the snakes.
An army of deadly golden lancehead snakes has infested the remote Ilha da Queimada Grande island in Brazil.
Despite being just 93 miles away from Sao Paulo, Brazil’s largest city,.
no humans live on the island due to its multitude of sinister slithering residents.
Locals from Sao Paulo tell stories of a fisherman who ventured to the island to look for bananas – and never returned.
3. North Sentinel Island, Andaman Islands
They may well be the last humans left on the planet who remain totally isolated from modern civilization.
It is too dangerous to approach them due to their hostility to outsiders, meaning they are rarely photographed up close and almost never seen on video.
Most of the photos and video clips that do exist are of poor quality.
There are also conflicting reports on the tribe’s population, with most estimates putting it in the range of a few dozens to a few hundred.
It’s still top unclear what impact the 2004 tsunami had on the population and the island.
which is part of India’s chain of Andaman Islands, although the uncontacted tribe managed to avoid being wiped out.
After the tsunami one member was photographed attempting to fire an arrow at an Indian Coast Guard helicopter.
4. Lascaux Caves, France
The complete replica of the original cave is the culmination of three years of work in the Perigord Facsimile Studio.
A gigantic glass front invites the public to visit a universe firmly focused on technological prowess.
Starting with its shape: there are no straight walls, a tangle of rooms with atypical shapes leads the visitor to the heart of a building of 8,000 sqm.
A fault running its whole length evokes a gash in the hill or a prehistoric stratum recalling the passage of time.
Continuing with its content: the various spaces with their uncluttered style.
And modern aesthetics contain the latest digital tools (enhanced reality, 3D screens, etc.).
They invite the public all through the visit to enjoy an immersive and personalized experience.
This complex series of caves, located in Northwestern France, is home to one of history’s most famous examples of Paleolithic cave paintings ever discovered.
5. Poveglia, Italy
Poveglia Island is a secluded little piece of land that even the macho-test of Italians stay the fuck away from.
The final restless place of thousands of diseased, murderous and insane people.
Poveglia is the convergence of everything we know about evil.
So what’s the deal with this island of spooky terror?
Back when the bubonic plague ate up most of the world’s population.
the Romans had a clever idea to keep the healthies separated from the sickos.
There, people lived out the last of their wretched lives together until they croaked.
In the 20s, a mental hospital built to welcome the island’s newest “guests,”.
Or anybody that showed symptoms of any sort of sickness, physical or mental.
Basically, if you had an itch, away you went to Poveglia where you’d sink your feet into the soil (half dirt, half human ash) and be in the company of over 100K diseased ghosts.
What’s more is that these plagued ghosts aren’t your loveable Patrick Swayze types.
You see, a dickhead doctor ran the mental hospital and since mental health was pretty wishy-washy back.
then, conducted all kinds of brutal experiments on residents of the island (like shoving chisels into their brains to see what moved.).
The doc eventually tumbled off the bell tower, either by his own doing or with a little shove from a few tortured souls.
He survived the fall but rumor has it that some sort of mist swallowed him upon landing, effectively finishing the job.
Suffice it to say that if you’re looking for a place to piss your pants in horror, Poveglia’s got the ghoulish goods.
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