Hey YouTube, Jim here! Welcome to Top10Archive! Most nations of the world have something to protect, an installation or building that houses something incredibly important or immensely valuable. To keep the treasured contents from falling into the wrong hands, highly-sophisticated security measures and trained guards are employed, giving us these top ten most well-guarded places on the planet.

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10. Vatican Secret Archives
9. The Secret Vaults of the Mormon Church
8. Alcatraz of the Rockies
7. The Korean Demilitarized Zone
6. Federal Reserve Bank of New York
5. Area 51
4. Doomsday Seed Vault
3. Church of Scientology Vault
2. The White House
1. Fort Knox


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  1. Would you want to work at any of these places, or any well guarded place in general? I’ve always wanted to visit the seed vault ever since learning about it..

  2. The interesting thing about the supermax prison in Florence, Colorado is that there are no windows. It was designed that way so the inmates don’t know where in the facility there are being housed. If they don’t know where they are, they can’t give directions to anyone on the outside that may assist in breaking them out.

    • Narrator says: That’s interesting! Perhaps we can do some vids about security measures like you described in other secure facilities

    • Narrator says: Hey! The channel was actually started by a great fellow named Alex. I came on as the channel’s narrator about 3.5 years ago

  3. It amazing to put a phase with that charming voice.. You are very handsome.. Keep the great video posts coming..

    • Ñîggā Ü Gæŷ Nah, fundamentalism is bad no matter what religion it is. Fundamentalist christianity is just as bad if not worse. What islam needs is a protestant reformation.

    • tom black just Islam, while Islam exists all other religions on Earth is at risk.
      I’m not religious but not all religions are bad, let people believe what they want… but once Islam is gone the world will be more at peace

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