10 famous deserted destinations in Covid-19


Many countries choose to blockade, public areas and famous tourist sites closed to become lonely during the epidemic.

Ngo Duc Ke Street, District 1 is empty with people walking on March 29, far away is Bitexco tower. Bitexco high-rise building is one of the symbolic buildings of Saigon with 68 floors, 262.5m high, providing 37,000 m2 of office space. Since April 1, Vietnam has implemented social isolation. Photo: Nguyen Ngoc Thien.


Panoramic view of Angkor Wat temple, the iconic monument in Siem Riep, Cambodia has never been seen before due to Covid-19. According to a report by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), Covid-19 estimates that the world tourism industry could cost US $ 22 billion. Photo: Tang Chhin Sothy / AFP.


Health workers spray disinfectants outside Wat Suthat Thepwararam temple area to prevent the spread of Covid-19. This is one of the six most famous temples in Thailand on Bamrung Muang Boulevard in Bangkok. Photo: EPA-EFE.

Views around the Opera House, Sydney, Australia are sparse due to concerns over the spread of the Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Loren Elliott / Reuters.


A worker wears a mask while cleaning the lampposts outside Luxor temple (Egypt) in a quiet space. Luxor Temple is a temple complex located on the east bank of the Nile, built in 140 BC, in Egyptian language, it is called "the sacred place in the south". Photo: Khaled Desouki / AFP.


The Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, from above, shows the emptiness of the pilgrims when Covid-19 spread in the Middle East. Houses in this era cover an area of ​​356,800 m2, including indoor and outdoor prayer spaces, which can accommodate up to 2 million believers. Photo: Bandar Aldandan / AFP.

A cyclist shines on the water standing at the Reflecting Pool to be drained for maintenance in Washington, DC March 26, USA. This lake is located between the Washington Monument (pictured) and the Lincoln Memorial. Photo: Mandel Ngan / AFP.


Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy is not a tourist shadow on 12/3, in the context of Covid-19 completed in this country. The tower is 26.3 m high and 49.15 m wide, is the largest fountain in Rome and one of the most famous fountains in the world. Photo: Riccardo De Luca / ANADOLU AGENCY.


A cyclist rides past the Royal Buckingham Palace in central London on March 24. On March 27, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson tested positive for nCoV, which is currently quarantining itself but is still leading the government's campaign against the Covid-19 epidemic. Photo: Matt Dunham / AP.

Security guard leads the dog to patrol in front of the Arc de Triomphe Carrousel, Paris, France on March 21. The Carrousel Arc de Triomphe is located between the Louvre Museum and the Tuileries Garden, next to the Seine River, this complex was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1990. Photo: Lionel Bonaventure / AFP.

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