The world's great wonders. In this world, there are always many mysterious and unknown things waiting for people to explore and discover, so there are also many forbidden areas. There are many places on the earth that are forbidden to explore. Maybe some places you have experienced , but what you see is far from the surface. The following editor will take stock of the top ten places that are forbidden to explore on the earth, and China's Qinshihuang Curtain is at the top of the list!
1. Tomb of Emperor Qinshihuang
When it comes to the ten places that are forbidden to explore on the earth, some people may wonder why the tomb of Qin Shihuang in China is at the top of the list, and isn’t the tomb of Qin Shihuang in China open to the outside world? In fact, it is not the case. The tomb of Qin Shihuang you see is only the outermost one. That's all for the mausoleum, Qin Shihuang's mausoleum is the largest imperial mausoleum with the most peculiar structure and richest connotations in the world. According to historical records, there are also various palaces built in the Qin Mausoleum, displaying many strange treasures.
There are a large number of burial pits and tombs of different shapes and connotations around the Qin Mausoleum. More than 400 of them have been discovered, including the world-famous eighth wonder of the world. The excavation of the emperor's tomb is not allowed to the outside world, but chooses to respect ancient funerals. So while tourists can visit a corner of the clay of the emperor's army on the spot, the main tomb of the ancient emperor may remain closed indefinitely, making Qin Shihuang's tomb one of the top ten places on earth that is forbidden to explore.
2. Ise Shrine in Japan
Speaking of Ise Shrine in Japan, it can be said to be very famous in Japan. In recent years, many foreign tourists have visited it.Tourism, although Ise Jingu is one of the top ten forbidden places on earth to explore, it is also included in the Top Ten Forbidden Places in the World, but it is open to the outside world, but Ise Jingu The security guards here are all senior police officers in Japan, so Ise Shrine has a very high status in the eyes of the Japanese.
Japan's Ise Jingu has become a good place for many people to travel in recent years. It is said that no foreigners can enter since it was built, and it was not opened to foreigners until 1957. Unlike other shrines in Japan, the security guards of the shrine are all policemen of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces, which in itself shows that this shrine has political significance...【View details】