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Daniel Smith - 100 Places You Will Never Visit (2nd Hand Softback)

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Subtitled : The World's Most Secret Locations.

Ever wondered what it takes to get into Fort Knox?

Fancied a peek inside the Coca-Cola Safety Deposit Box?

Would you dare to visit Three Mile Island?

The world is full of secret places that we either don't know about, or couldn't visit even if we wanted to.

Now you can glimpse the Tora Bora caves in Afghanistan, visit the Tuscon Titan Missile Site, tour the Vatican Archives, or see the Chapel of the Ark. How about MI5 HQ? Area 51? . . . all here and many more.

This fascinating guide book takes a look at 100 places around the world that are either so hard to reach, so closely guarded, or so secret that they are virtually impossible to visit any other way.

  • Format : Slightly Larger, Full Colour 2nd Hand Softback.
  • Condition : Very Good
  • Category : Non-Fiction - Travel & Guidebooks
  • Published : 2012 (Quercus Reference)
  • ISBN : 9781780873114
  • SKU : B001632
  • PPC : SP760gm
  • RRP : £14.99
  • Quantity Available : 1 only.
External Reviews

"I could really imagine my son would enjoy this as he's 15 and so won't have heard of or know about many of these yet, but I'm sure he'd be fascinated to find out, and learn a little history of the world in the process. Without it appearing to be an 'educational book'! Overall I'd say it would be a great book for some but your mileage may vary. I quite enjoyed it, and don't regret the few hours it took me to read." - Goodreads Review.

The Author

Daniel Smith is an author and researcher. His books include 100 Places You Will Never Visit and three further titles in the same series, as well as The Sherlock Holmes Companion and a history of the Second World War Dig for Victory campaign. Daniel is also a long-time contributor to The Statesman's Yearbook, an annual geopolitical guide to the countries of the world. He lives in London.