End of the world: 10 hiding places, which increase your chances of survival

When it comes to the world of the apocalypse, various forecasters do not skimp on the details of how, where and when. But even if you have carefully prepared for the massive destruction and made a list of what to bring, if a meteorite falls to Earth, or a global pandemic will happen, your home may not be the best strength. Here are some places that can help increase your chances of survival.

1. Utah, United States

Perhaps in real life you never would have thought to turn to the Mormons, but these people are seriously prepared for the doomsday. So Motion Saints in Utah, in the United States, urged its members to keep close at hand, at least a year's supply of food, and to maintain a kind of basic food garden. This helps the family to remain self-sufficient in case the hard times will come, but will come in handy if the world will be covered with a copper basin.

2. Pyongyang, North Korea

Perhaps you will not be surprised that this country has done cooking in case of nuclear war. Pyongyang subway tunnels, as well as the Moscow metro, can serve as a refuge from a nuclear explosion, and residents of the capital are sent to the tunnels during the exercise routine in case of air attack. But this is not the only shelter in North Korea.

According to some defectors from the country, there is a separate network of underground tunnels that connect the president's residence with a private tank for the president's family, as well as additional facilities and tunnels under the streets of Pyongyang. But the question is whether there is water and food supplies.

3. Pitcairn Island

Pitcairn Islands, which are located in the South Pacific, where there is no airport or seaport, distant enough to survive any apocalypse that is not associated with changes in climate. Moreover, in these islands is incredibly fertile land planted with bananas, papayas, breadfruit, coconuts, citrus fruits, beans, and sweet potatoes, and around a lot of edible fish and lobsters.

The main thing is to make friends with the neighbors, because the population of the Pitcairn Islands is only about 50 people. If you are looking for an even more remote place on earth, you can choose the island of Tristan da Cunha, which is located in the southern part of the Atlantic Ocean, according to the numbering in 2010 about 264 residents.

4. Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado, USA


There are many shelters around the world, ranging from a German bunker "End of the World", the bunker during the Cold War, the U.S. and even bomboneprobivaemyh homes. But the advantage of buying the existing bunker of the government is that it keeps good time stockpiled inventories, and all its parts work.

The area, located in Cheyenne Mountain, outside the city of Colorado Springs, the U.S. is no longer the location of the complex NORAD (Joint Command Center aerospace defense of North America). Being located in the mountain complex was built with the expectation that it will withstand the explosion mnogomegatonnoy bomb exploded a few kilometers from the village. He has six diesel generators, its own natural water systems, and filtration systems that can filter out biological, radiological and nuclear agents.

Now the complex set to "hot conservation", so that if anything, this object will start in a few hours after the threat.

5. London, United Kingdom


If you find yourself in London, just at the time of the disaster, and the city has turned to dust, head down the street to Whitehall Pindar — military installation, which is under the Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom. Although it is little known about the bunker, which was built in 1990, it is believed that he now serves as a communications center for the war games.

The name itself was borrowed from Pindar ancient Greek poet Pindar, whose house was the only one left standing after it was destroyed.

6. Mount Yamantau, Mizhhirya, Bashkyrtostan Republic, Russia

During the Soviet era, there were many super-secret closed cities, and while many of them were opened after the collapse of the Soviet Union, a few dozen remain in Russia and Kazakhstan, including Mizhhiria, located at the foot of Mount Yamantau the Urals. In the late 1990s, tens of thousands of workers were sent to this area to work on the mountain Yamantau where foreigners are not allowed. This aroused the suspicions that there was a rocket launcher mine or factory to make weapons.

There are suspicions that the site is the largest project of nuclear safety in the world that can withstand a half dozen direct nuclear strikes. There are also rumors that it can accommodate up to 60,000 people and enough food and water to sustain life in a few months.

7. Svalbard, Norway


If in case of Doomsday, most plant life on Earth will be wiped out, you may want to move to World semenohranilische on Spitsbergen Island, or as it is called Svalbard, in the Arctic Ocean. In the end, it semenohranilische was built to protect the seed plants in the event of a global catastrophe.

May have to start with the plants that grow in the Svalbard was what to eat in the short term. Although not everyone can withstand such harsh climate, the island is much warmer than the rest of the same latitude, due to the North Atlantic current.

8. Western Australia


Perth, Western Australia, is one of the most remote cities in the world, and although it was first colonized by British settlers in 1829, was not connected with the rest of Australia trains until 1917. Western Australia's booming economy owes its success to the rich resources.

This region produces almost half of the export of live cattle in Australia, and thanks to the diverse climate and wide open spaces are thriving diverse agricultural area. In addition, there are coal mines, crude oil and vast reserves of natural gas.

9. Illokkortoormiut, Greenland


There are not many cultures where hunting is the primary means of livelihood, but it is an occupation for the 500 residents living in the remote village of Illokkortoormiut. This area boasts a variety of wildlife, and hunters often bring home the seals, walruses, narwhals, polar bears and musk oxen for their fur, skins and meat.

Residents here do not depend on fossil fuels and drive dogs on snowy tundra. Maybe, if you remember the name of this place, it will be your happy haven.

10. Byugarash, France


What has this town of about 200 people to survive in the event of the End of the world? Byugarash at the base of the mountain peak Byugarash, often called the "inverted mountain." According to geologists, the mountain exploded after being formed, and the top turned upside down. Its unusual shape attracts many hippies and supporters of the occult and esoteric movements that believe that it emits magnetic waves.

In recent times, there were rumors that the mountain is sacred and to be protected in the event of Doomsday. Some believe that aliens live under a mountain that December 21, 2012 will save all who are nearby.

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