Considering the staggering rates of global expansion and technology development, it’s impossible to imagine that there is even a sliver of this planet that remains undiscovered or unexplored.

The Queen’s Bedroom, U.K.

Only one civilian has managed to sneak into the Queen's Bedroom..and it involved a massive security breach.

Buckingham Palace is one of the top attractions in not only the U.K. but the world. The palace is the Queen’s official London residence and has been the home of Britain’s monarchy since 1837. But while there are public tours available of many of the rooms and grounds of the palace, one room remains strictly forbidden: The Queen’s Bedroom, where her Majesty often stays.

Coca-Cola Recipe Vault, United States

Want to find out the recipe for Coke? Good luck.

The legendary mystery formula is secured under lock and key in a purpose-built vault in Atlanta.

U.N. Buffer Zone, Cyprus

An old Toyota advertisement is one of many decaying relics at this demilitarized zone in Cyprus.

In 1974, Turkish troops invaded Cyprus, escalating a civil war between the split of Greek and Turkish residents. The U.N. took control of a “Buffer Zone” in the capital, Nicosia, after the fighting ended in a ceasefire.

Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion, Ethiopia

This building supposedly contains the legendary Ark of the Covenant.

Though some scholars are dubious, this church is allegedly the final resting place of the Ark of the Covenant, also known as the ornate chest that houses the Ten Commandments.

Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Norway

This off-limits vault is ready to save civilization should catastrophe strike.
Located on the remote island of Spitsbergen, this subterranean seed storage facility was carefully built 400 feet into a mountainside. The complex houses approximately 840,000 samples of 4,000 different species of seeds from all over the world.


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