The Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Photo: ShutterstockThe Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Photo: Shutterstock
The Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Photo: Shutterstock

The canals of Venice run clear as coronavirus halts traffic, bringing back ‘lagoon waters of ancient times’

  • The popular tourist destination is in lockdown, with visitors staying away and residents self-isolating
  • An absence of boats has caused the once turbid waters to clear, revealing fish populations

Topic |   Italy
The Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Photo: ShutterstockThe Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Photo: Shutterstock
The Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Photo: Shutterstock
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