THESE PLACES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TOURIST II
It a small island located between Venice and Lido in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. A small canal divides the island into two separate parts. The island first appears in the historical record in 421, and was populated until the residents fled warfare in 1379. For more than 100 years beginning in 1776, the island was used as a quarantine station for those suffering the plague and other diseases, and later as a mental hospital. Because of this, the island is frequently featured on paranormal shows. The mental hospital closed in 1968, and the island has been vacant since.
Visits to the island are prohibited, but various books and articles discuss visits by a writer and/or photographer. One of the latter described a place of “peace and serenity”
Once used a plague quarantine station hosted over 160000 infected people living out their final days. It is actually about 50% of the soil consists of human remains
Bhangarh Fort (India)
In the 17th-century fort built in the Rajasthan state of India. It was built by Bhagwant Das for his younger son Madho Singh I.It is considered one the most haunted place in India. The Indian government officially declared the ford as a haunted place. The tourists are not allowed to visit the fort from Sunset to sunrise. Who ever has tried to break the rule was never found after that.
- Heard Island(Australia)
It is in Australian external territory comprising a volcanic group of barren Antarctic islands.far the largest of the group, is a 368-square-kilometre (142 sq mi) mountainous island covered by 41 glaciers and dominated by the Big Ben massif. It has a maximum elevation of 2,745 metres (9,006 ft) at Mawson Peak, the historically active volcanic summit of Big Ben.
This is one of the most unexplored places on the Earth it is lies between Antartica and Madagascar.In order to preserve the fragile natural surroundings the Australian government restrict the entry to the island.
- Ise Grand Shrine(Japan)
This a Shinto shrine dedicated to the sun goddess Amaterasu.The Inner Shrine, Naiku is located in the town of Uji-tachi, south of central Ise.It is dedicated to the worship of Amaterasu, where she is believed to dwell. The shrine buildings are made of solid cypress wood and use no nails but instead joined wood.Access to sites is strictly limited, with the common public not allowed beyond sight of the thatched roofs of the central structures, hidden behind four tall wooden fences. However, tourists are free to roam the forest, including its ornamental walkways which date back to the Meiji period.