Top 5 places not to visit in the world

The world’s smallest place, the harder accessible cabin, the steepest street in the world, a village with the most bizarre name, a sculpture of a man on fire under the sea … places where you would not go to visit them.

Not many people are able to cross half the world to ‘admire’ one of these rarities.

Public phone booth in Mojave

mojave phone boothA public phone booth in the middle of the desert. There may even be more than 1001 reasons for visiting California,but none of those reasons are enough for visitng the phone booth in Mojave desert at the National Preserve (California, USA). Perhaps in the near future these cabins, wherever they are, are such strange places they become monuments or tourist attractions. But in this case, the question is: why is there a public telephone booth located 24 meters from the nearest highway and thousands of miles from an urban center?

If you decide to visit this phone booth….better hire a car in California

Very steep street: Baldwin Street

Baldwin Street is called, located in the suburbs of the southern New Zealand city of Dunedin, and is a street without museums nor monuments but has become one of the most famous streets. The reason: to be the world’s steepest street.

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Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrn drobwllllantysiliogogogoch village

llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogochThe name from this place is not a joke, the translation of the name means “The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel near a rapid whirlpool and the church of San Tisilo near the red cave “.

The gum wall

Best in the wall on the floor, some will think, and especially those who have decorated the Berlin wall of gum. Modern art?

 A man on fire underwater

Among the impossible but real creations, this is one of the strangest, and it is located in Cancun.

Those are just our top 5 most strange places not to visit, would you visit them?

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