Wuhan's landmark Yellow Crane Tower shines again
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The Yellow Crane Tower, a landmark tourist attraction in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, reopens to the public on April 29, after being closed for 98 days to contain the coronavirus outbreak. (Photo: China Daily)
The park invited volunteers and front-line workers combating the epidemic in the city-including medical workers, police, couriers and reporters-for a special bell ringing ceremony, hoping the city will fully return to normal soon. (Photo: Global Times)
A visitor practices yoga at the Yellow Crane Tower scenic park in Wuhan, Hubei province. (Photo: China Daily)
Three tourists holding a poster that reads "Stay strong Wuhan" pose for a photo in front of the Yellow Crane Tower in Wuhan, Hubei province. (Photo: China Daily)
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. (Photo: Xinhua)