PHOTOS Yellow Crane Tower in Wuhan reopens to public

PHOTOS

Yellow Crane Tower in Wuhan reopens to public

Xinhua

17:47, April 30, 2020

A tourist visits the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A tourist visits the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Aerial photo taken on April 29, 2020 shows the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Aerial photo taken on April 29, 2020 shows the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Aerial photo taken on April 29, 2020 shows the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Aerial photo taken on April 29, 2020 shows the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Tourists visit the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A tourist visits the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

A dancer stages a performance at the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Tourists visit the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

In this aerial photo taken on April 29, 2020, representatives of frontline health workers fighting COVID-19 attend a bell-ringing ceremony at the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Tourists visit the Yellow Crane Tower, or Huanghelou, a landmark in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, April 29, 2020. As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic wanes, Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower was partly reopened to public on Wednesday. For the time being, there is still a visitor number limit (300 tourists are allowed into the main building every half hour) and online booking is needed. (Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)

Recommended Photos

Terms of Service & Privacy Policy

We have updated our privacy policy to comply with the latest laws and regulations. The updated policy explains the mechanism of how we collect and treat your personal data. You can learn more about the rights you have by reading our terms of service. Please read them carefully. By clicking AGREE, you indicate that you have read and agreed to our privacy policies

Agree and continue