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Ever wonder why some of the most secure locations on Earth are also some of the most mysterious places on Earth? Whether they’re supposedly concealing the existence of aliens at Area 51, protecting the President at the White House or setting up a failsafe in case of a global catastrophe at the Svalbard Global Seed Vault, there are many locations that can be considered the safest places in the world. WatchMojo counts down ten of secured spots on the planet.

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00:52 #10. Cheyenne Mountain Complex
01:42 #9. Bold Lane Car Park
02:17 #8. Granite Mountain Records Vault
02:59 #7. Tumen River
03:40 #6. Svalbard Global Seed Vault
04:23 #5. Federal Reserve Bank of New York
05:10 #4. Vatican Secret Archives
06:40 #3, #2 & #1 ????

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  1. “Vatican Secret Archives” is a misinterpretation of the Latin ‘Archivum
    Secretum Apostolicum’. It is more accurately translated to “Apostle’s
    Personal Archive”, Apostle meaning the Pope, as this library is considered
    the personal property of the pope. Access is restricted because a lot of
    its contents are centuries old, one of a kind documents.

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