10 most dangerous places on the map, from the visit which is to abstain
• 10 of the most dangerous places on the map, from the visit which is to refrain
Many picturesque corners of the Earth remain inaccessible to tourists because of the unstable political situation, hostilities, threat of terrorist attacks and dangerous locations.
Palmyra - a monument of Roman architecture in Syria, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Before the war in 2011 Palmyra visited about 150 thousand tourists annually. In 2015 Palmyra was captured by militants LIH, which destroyed several key monuments.
The picturesque lakes in Band-e Amir National Park, the first and only national park in Afghanistan, beckon with their beauty, but a visit to this country in Central Asia should be postponed until more peaceful times.
Deserted village in the Caucasus Mountains in Dagestan, North Caucasian Federal District. The last inhabitants of the village died in 2015.
The view from the Karakoram Highway, the highest mountain in the world of international highway running through Khunjerab Pass at an altitude of 4693 meters. The road connects China and Pakistan and is one of the most dangerous in the world.
The picturesque savannah of Mali able to enchant any tourist, but a trip to a country in West Africa is very dangerous because of the high threat of terrorist attacks and kidnappings.
A visit to Beirut, the Lebanese capital, can be dangerous because of the threat of terrorist attacks.
Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Svalbard, which collected samples of seeds of major crops in the event of environmental catastrophe, is carefully guarded. Access to semenohranilischu are few.
The military at the top of the volcano Baekdu in North Korea, which is one of the most closed countries in the world. Foreigners can travel to North Korea only under the constant supervision of guides.
In the photo: Likouala department in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The continuing civil conflict in the Congo make the country unattractive and dangerous tourist destination.
61-kilometer road deaths in the Yungas region of Bolivia takes about 300 lives each year, but that does not stop the fans of extreme cycling. The road from La Paz to Coroico, lies at an altitude of more than 4, 5 thousand meters.