Snake IslandSnake Island It is an island belonging to Brazil. Each square meter has an average snake. Strong snakes live with poisonous enough to cause the skin to melt. The Brazilian army has prevented people from entering the island and has forbidden people to step on the island.
North Sentinel IslandNorth Sentinel Island It is an island that rejects the connection with the outside world. There are 200, 250 indigenous people who have never seen the technology before. In 1981, the cargo ship Primrose was stuck on the island shore. The inhabitants of Sentinel threw arrows at them while the people on board were waiting to be rescued. Nowadays this island is being kept as 'closed area'.
Underground CityUnderground City The largest of the underground cities in Cappadocia, Derinkuyu has a history dating back to the 8th century. The 8-story city has schools, churches, stables, houses, burial chambers and the oldest mental hospital in the world. Although the navigable area is one of the largest underground cities, it has tunnels that cannot be descended and are connected with other underground cities.
Son Doong CaveSon Doong Cave The last Doong Cave is a giant cave in Vietnam, first discovered in 1991 by a native of Vietnam. Because of the loud noises and noises, the locals stayed away from it for a long time. It is believed that the cave dates back to 3 million years.
Mount RoraimaMount Roraima It is considered one of the most mysterious places in the world. It rains almost every day in the region. Above the clouds has a measurement of 2770 meters. Mount Roraima is a lost world with the definition of scientists.
Kamchatka PeninsulaKamchatka Peninsula Due to its harsh climate, it is one of the rare places where human feet are not touched. There are nearly 40 volcanoes extinct on the island. Another feature of the peninsula is the large earthquakes. For this reason, there are even places that have not been visited for almost a century.
Papua New Guinea ForestsPapua New Guinea Forests Most of the forests have not yet been discovered. The reason is that frequent trees and indigenous tribes living in the region do not want to be disturbed. It has an extremely hilly area.
Island of SurtseyIsland of Surtsey In 1963, an underwater volcano erupted in Iceland and a new island of 2.7 square kilometers was formed in a short time. This area is protected by the government. It's forbidden for people to enter.
Gangkhar PuensumGangkhar Puensum Between 1985 and 1986, four climbing attempts were made to Gangkhar Puensum. But all four failed. Mountain climbing has been banned due to respect for local spiritual beliefs, and since 2003 mountaineering has been completely banned. It is the highest mountain in the world with a height of 7.570.
Greenland Ice LayerGreenland Ice Layer Located to the north of the Atlantic Ocean; It is a region of Denmark. The island is the largest ice cap on the North Pole. It is the largest island in the world. 80% of the island is covered with ice. The 3-kilometer-thick layer of ice makes it impossible for humanity to investigate this area.