These Are The Most Restrictive Places On Earth

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Java and Sumatra

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Not to be confused with programming or mixtures of coffee, this is a place located in Indonesia. Consisting of about 145 million residents, why would this place be on the list of restricted access? Well it has nothing to do with military involvement, but natural involvement yet again. This place is home to natural disasters and over the last century has experienced 20 natural disasters. Ranging from earthquakes, tsunamis, eruptions, floods, and landslides, this Indonesian area, is home to devastating upheavals. Some examples include: the Nias Tsunami of 2004 killing 170,000, the Padang earthquake of 2009 killing over 1,115, the Sinabung eruption of 2014, killing 16 people, with over 30, 000 evacuees. Needless to say, the number of affected individuals since the year 2000 is recorded to be 300,000. If you’re planning to go there, be prepared for what nature has in store.

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