There are so many things that are very difficult and impossible in our world, especially the most secure places in the world that we have no access to.
(1) Norway Svalbard is a place where seeds are stored all over the world
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault opened on Spitzbergen Island in 2008 and houses 250 million seed samples. It was created with the intention of replanting any plant for humans. The islands are also a good place to store seeds because they are not exposed to earthquakes and are above sea level.
(2) HavenCo Company in Sealand
The data center was opened in 2000 in Sealand. The venue was temporarily closed in 2008 and reopened in 2013.
(3) Pionen Data Center in Stockholm, Sweden
Bahnhof’s data centers are housed in a 100-foot basement. The building was rebuilt in 1943 with thatched roofs. There are also fake waterfalls and a large aquarium. These are designed to create a good environment for the company’s employees.
(4) RAF Menwith hill base in Yorkshire, Great Britain
It was built in 1954 to intercept signals during the Cold War. It is now unknown what it was used for, but it is also home to some of the largest intelligence sources in the world.
(5) Secret archives in the Vatican
It is considered one of the most secret libraries in the world. All the papal documents have been kept there since the 7th century. Only with the special permission of a research officer can access the archives.
(6) Car park in Derbyshire, Great Britain
This parking lot is one of the safest in the world. Parking is required for drivers to obtain a bar code. Underneath each car is a motion sensor that triggers an alarm when someone is driving without permission. There are about 190 surveillance cameras.