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Seven places on Earth where no man has set foot. Photos and video

Yana SonchkivskaLife
Some places on the planet have never been inhabited by people
Some places on the planet have never been inhabited by people

Humans have not yet mastered some parts of the earth. On deserted islands, mountains and caves, nature is still the master.

Daredevils tried to be pioneers, but most dangerous expeditions ended tragically. OBOZREVATEL tells about places on the planet where no man has set foot.

  • Namuli Mountains, Mozambique

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In northern Mozambique are the plains of the East African plateau, which have never been explored by humans. In 2014, professional climbers were able to conquer the summit of the Namuli Mountain Range for the first time, but they were only able to explore a portion of the mountains. They climbed there for an entire month. The rocks are so steep that no one has yet been able to find out if people or animals live on the slopes.

  • Shondong Cave, Vietnam

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Vietnam attracts tourists with its mystery, because there are many places that no one has explored so far. In particular, the Shondong Cave, where there are many impenetrable nooks. No one has ever entered it. It is located in Quang Binh province near Phong Nha Kebang National Park. The cave is considered the longest in the world, it is 9 kilometers long and 150 meters wide.

  • Yucatan cenotes, Mexico.

 

In Mexico, archaeologists dived into the La Mina system of three underwater caves near the city of Acumal on the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. As a result, traces of ancient people who extracted ochre in these mines 10-12 thousand years ago were discovered. To this day, there are still miles of unexplored channels underwater, even the most professional divers do not dare to dive there because it is very dangerous.

  • ArchipelagoKerguelen, France

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The Kerguelen Archipelago is located in the Indian Ocean and includes about three hundred islands and rocks. Fishermen come here more often, and there is no permanent population on the islands. During World War II, this place was a base for German cruisers. However, there are still rocks and small islets where there have never been people.

  • Stone Forest, Madagascar

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The stone forest in Madagascar could have used the location for a sci-fi movie if a film crew had gotten there. The rocks, about 70 meters high, are very sharp, so it is impossible to go inside. There are no green plants here. Rocks have covered part of the national park that not a single tree can sprout.

  • North Patagonia, Chile

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Northern Patagonia intertwines tropical forests, glaciers, and hot springs. Chile's incredible landscape attracts tourists, but no one has yet been able to explore the entire area. It is home to the largest number of glaciers outside of the polar regions.

  • Gangkhar Puensum, between China and Bhutan

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Gangkhar Puensum Mountain is considered to be the highest unconquered peak in the world. The 7,570-meter mountain range lies between Bhutan and China. All attempts to climb the mountain have ended tragically, so the Bhutanese authorities have banned mountain climbing.

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