The world's most popular tourist destinations devastated by the coronavirusVika
Countries around the world are seeing a sharp decline in tourism as people have been instructed to avoid large groups and restrict travel.
1. St. Peter's Square is visible behind the fence installed at the edge of St. Peter's Square in the Vatican, Rome. Italy's most famous landmarks have been deprived of their lives due to a quarantine-sanctioned state of emergency.
2. Police of the Italian municipality stands on the empty Spanish Steps in Rome.
3. Empty chairs and tables are lined up outside the restaurant in Piazza San Marco in Venice.
4. The Colosseum is closed.
5. View of the closed doors of the Vatican Museums.
6. The cafe is empty in Piazza del Duomo in Florence.
7. A dove standing in an almost empty square of the Duomo Cathedral, in the center of Milan.
8. People walking in the almost empty St. Mark's Square in Venice.
9. Parked gondolas in the lagoon on a rainy day in Venice.
10. Saudi Arabia and the sacred site of Islam.
11. Free seats in the lower house of the Spanish Parliament in Madrid. The Spanish lower house of parliament canceled its activities for a week after a prominent legislator tested positive for the coronavirus.
12. Church of the Nativity of Christ, which was closed as a preventive measure against the coronavirus in Bethlehem.
13. The National Theater in Prague was closed.
14. The German Parliament announced that visitors will no longer have access to the glass dome of the Reichstag building due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in Germany.