The most visited places you are not allowed to photograph
It's hard to believe that some of the most recognizable and visited places are not allowed to be photographed! For some of them there's a restriction for taking photos inside the buildings, for others you have to buy a permission for photo shooting.
#1 Eiffel Tower
#2 Neuschwanstein Castle
#3 Taj Mahal
#4 Sistine Chapel
#5 Grand Canyon Skywalk
#6 Uluru and Kata-Tjuta National Park
#7 Westminster Abbey
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