"No-go" zona

NIČIJA ZEMLJA U SLIKAMA, mjesta gdje se turisti plaše kročiti!

Objavljeno:25.01.2021 - 20:15
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Smatra se da je fraza "ničija zemlja" nastala u 11. stoljeću u Velikoj Britaniji i prvobitno se koristila za opisivanje nevoljenih dijelova zemlje izvan gradskih zidina. 

Nakon više od 800 godina taj je izraz i dalje relevantan za zabranjena područja - dijelove zemlje na kojima se ljudi ne usuđuju kročiti - koji još uvijek postoje u cijelom svijetu. Mnogi su rezultat sukoba i političkih sporova, ali neki su jednostavno zemljopisne vrline.

Slide 1 of 51: It's thought the phrase "no man's land" was coined in the 11th century in the UK and it was originally used to describe unloved patches of land outside of city walls. More than 800 years on, the term is still relevant for no-go areas – sections of land where people dare not tread – still existing all over the world. Many are the result of conflict and political disputes but some are simply quirks of geography. Here we take a look at taboo territories across the globe.

(Fotokon)

Slide 3 of 51: Albeit a no-go area, the DMZ is also a tourist magnet. More than 1.2 million visitors are usually welcomed every year (typically via Seoul) to see barbed wire fences, infiltration tunnels and glimpse Kim Jong-un's hermit kingdom in the north through binoculars.

(Panu Kosonen)

 

Slide 8 of 51: Situated in the middle of the Nevada desert, this US Air Force facility has long been kept a secret and there are many conspiracy theories and mysteries linked to it. Restricted Area 51 – also officially referred to as Groom Lake – is a military site used for flight testing.

(CloudOnePhoto)

Slide 10 of 51: The small nearby town of Rachel on the so called “Extraterrestrial Highway” is a key tourist attraction. A popular stopover among UFO hunters is the alien-themed restaurant Little A'Le'Inn (pictured).

(Jimmy Emerson)

  
 

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