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Miss Travelling Amid Lockdown? Take A Virtual Trip Of New York With These Photos

Miss travelling the world during the COVID-19 lockdown? Take a virtual tour of one of the highly-adored city of the world, New York through these pictures

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The global Coronavirus pandemic has completely halted international travel across the globe. Therefore, all travel enthusiasts worldwide will not get the opportunity of exploring the world until the pandemic comes under control. New York is one of the highly-admired cities that tops the bucket list of all the travel junkies around the world.

There have been several books written to describe the beauty and faced-paced lives of the city over the years. New York has also been one of the favourite shooting destinations for several iconic films like Breakfast at Tiffany's and Home Alone 2. However, it is highly unpredictable to gauge when international travelling will get a green signal from all the countries, but until then, a virtual tour of the city will surely help you keep your dream of travelling to NYC alive.

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Here is a virtual tour of New York for all the travel fanatics 

  • Manhattan


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  • Statue of Liberty


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  • Queensborough Bridge


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  • Brooklyn Bridge

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  • Times Square

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  • Bryant Park

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  • The Manhattan Cruise Terminal

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Disclaimer: Owing to the on-going COVID-19 crisis across the world, we would like to clarify that this article is purely for information and entertainment purposes only, and in no way do we intend to offend anyone's feelings or emotions. 

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