While your parents may have told you that the world is your oyster, some places on Earth will always be closed off to the public. From deserted islands to high-grade weapons factories, the countries in charge of these little-known places intend to keep it that way.
Here are some interesting examples.
Russia is a vast country with many testing factories and secretive, no-go areas, and another example of this is the nuclear weapons factory in the little-known Russian town of Mezhgorye. In the 1940s, the USSR created 44 secret cities dedicated to manufacturing atomic weaponry.
What makes this factory even more spine-chilling is that the town is technically “closed.” Found in the southern Ural Mountains, the true goings-on in this place will probably never be revealed.