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There’s a remarkable amount of decently-sized cities that remain closed to the world. I know less about the Russian examples (beyond the interesting strategic history of the USSR), but all towns and villages in Nunavut, one of Canada’s three northern territories, are completely inaccessible by road from the rest of the country.
Also, your ability to scour YouTube is unparalleled.