These forbidden places are sure to impress you and set you off with some surprise. Find out why they are off-limits for everyone!

1. Whites Gentleman’s club, London

Built in 1674, this is the most exclusive gentleman’s club in the world. The club’s members include the most elite like Prince William, Prince Charles and a few former Prime Ministers. The club is used to host private events that the public is not privy to. To join the club, you need to have an invitation from the members of the club or have access to the password.

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2. Area 51, USA

A place that is growing popular because of the level of secretiveness and mystery associated with it, the primary purpose of Area 51 is unknown as the government has never disclosed it. Believed to be a site for aerial surveillance programmes, conspiracy theorists believe that Area 51 hosts communication with the aliens.

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3. Jiangsu National Security Education Museum, China

The museum is strictly restricted to Chinese citizens only and thus foreigners are not permitted. However, no photography is allowed and anyone who visits the museum is permitted from speaking about it, as per Chinese policy. The museum consists of all the documents and gadgets that date back to the 19th century.

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4. Metro – 2, Russia

Metro-2 is the secret underground system codenamed as D6, and is believed to be operated by the Ministry of Defence. It lies 200 metres underground and is believed to be larger than the public underground system. This was first found by urban explorers and was later confirmed by American Intelligence officers.

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5. Javari Reserve, Brazil

The Javari Reserve has the largest concentration of uncontacted tribes in the world. Satellite imagery shows at least 14 tribes still existing because of why the Brazil and Peruvian government strictly regulate who can visit. The Javari Reserve is a part of the Amazon jungle and is nearly half the size of Florida.

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