There is a 13,000-square-mile area in West Virginia where cell phones and Wi-fi is banned.

There is a 13,000-square-mile area in West Virginia where cell phones and Wi-fi is banned.

Only four hours west of Washington, DC, is a city where cell phones and wireless internet have been outlawed.

The world’s largest radio telescope is here with 100-meter diameter.

This is not a green land where the Internet has been removed to maintain peace.

This is an experiment area, from where waves are sent into space.

Therefore, within 10 miles of the observatory, Wi-Fi, cell phones, and radios are flat-out.

The area is spread over an area of 13,000 square miles in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, where airwave use is heavily restricted.

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