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High Life People Are Banned to Visit These 5 Mysterious Places in The World 

People Are Banned to Visit These 5 Mysterious Places in The World 

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The blue planet Earth is the only planet till now who has a life. It comprises of all sorts of diversities, vegetations, and habitats. However, there are some places which aren’t meant for a human to visit. And the reasons are really intriguing. Take a look:

1) Metro – 2

This place is in Moscow, Russia. It is a 50-200 meters deep metro service in the undergrounds of the city. It was a secret metro lane parallel to the public metro. The Russians made it to avoid a nuclear catastrophe.

2) Snake Island

Located off the coast of Sao Paula, Brazil, you will find snakes at every one-leg distance at this place. Literally, every second step you take. If you don’t love your life, you are welcome here. The most common snake found on this island is the critically endangered golden Pitviper, with a bite that delivers hemotoxin venom.

3) Poveglia, Italy

A small island located between Venice and Lido in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. It is a dumping ground for the diseased and deceased.

“In 1348, the Bubonic Plague arrived in Venice and Poveglia, like many other small islands, became a quarantine colony. Fearing the unbridled spread of the disease, Venice exiled many of its symptom-bearing citizens there.”

Some estimates suggest that 100,000 people died on the island over the centuries. It is said that the place is cursed.

4) The North Sentinel Island

The hardest place to visit in the world. Located in the Bay of Bengal, this place is surrounded by coral reefs from everywhere. It is inhabited by a tribal group Sentinelese. They are extremely protective of their isolation and apparently one of the last groups to resist contact with the modern world.

“In 1975, a national geographic film director was shot in the thigh for trying to attempt to make contact with them. Indian government stopped attempting contact with them in 1996.”

5) East Rennell, Solomon Islands

The island of Headhunters! Yes, you read it right! The tribes and locals of this magnificent ground are said to be – Headhunters. Dare to step in and they will hunt your head.

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