Introverts here are not safe.
If you think that the transition from the metro station “Golden Gate” to the station “Teatralnaya” this is a very crowded place, then you are wrong.
In the world there is a metro station, which is visited daily by three million people, a mosque, in front of which it is difficult to make photos because of the accumulated of tourists go there, and the crossroads that every day there are more than two million people.
Tokyo Metro, Japan.
The busiest and crowded subway in the world – the Tokyo metro. For example, Shinjuku station is visited by over three million people.
But, if you go on the underground in rush hour, it looks quite empty and not crowded.
Chichen Itza, Mexico.
One of the most visited attractions of Mexico – the sacred city of the Itza people. Annually to see the ruins of pyramids and walk through the ancient place come to 2.6 million tourists.
Taj Mahal, India.
During the year the Taj Mahal is visited by over seven million tourists. The most popular mosque is in October, November and February.
Shibuya Crossing, Japan.
Daily this intersection are more than 2.5 million people. Despite the crowded, crossroads is designed so that to get into the human “mind” is difficult.
The dead sea, China.
Chinese resort with an artificial pond is located in Sichuan. In the summer the “sea” becomes the most crowded and close the reservoir. One day, at the same time sailed ten thousand people, while the basin area of 30 thousand sq. m.
The Mall of America, USA.
The most popular shopping center in the world – Mall of America located in Minnesota. Annually it is visited by over 40 million people. In the shopping center has more than 520 stores, an amusement Park and aquarium.
Piazza del Campo, Italy.
The area, which attracts tourists by the architecture and beauty twice in a year filled with thousands of people. This is due to the Palio race, during which the area covered with sand. During this event, the area is visited by over 60 thousand people.
The Statue Of Christ The Redeemer, Brazil.
The most famous landmark of Brazil is the statue of Christ the Redeemer. Daily it is visited by about four thousand people. If you do not want to “drown” in the crowd of tourists come to the statue every day, except weekends, Christmas and carnival (he is from Friday to Tuesday before lent).