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The satellite reveals: This is what the famous sites look like after the closure Israel today

2020-03-31T13:45:26.052Z

The Coliseum in Rome, the Taj Mahal, and the Golden Bridge in San Francisco: What the World Famous Places Look Like after the Technology News



The Coliseum in Rome, the Taj Mahal, and the Golden Bridge in San Francisco: This is what world famous places look like after the closure following the spread of the Corona virus

California-based Maxar, which manufactures satellites for the private sector and government agencies, has provided Business Insider with satellite imagery of various regions around the world before and after the social remoteness and closure of many states following the spread of the Corona virus around the world.

Areas that until recently were a thriving tourist destination - such as St. Peter's Square, Universal Hollywood Studios and the Taj Mahal - have become desolate. In one of the photographs you can even see the Coliseum in Rome, the capital of Italy, which became the sickest place in Europe, with over 11,000 dead.

Source: israelhayom

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