In the throes of a global pandemic, much of the world was traffic-less. This included ancient wonders such as Machu Picchu, which would have normally seen throngs of tourists lining up to be the first to enter the gates. More than two thousand visitors enter the ancient city on a normal day, however during the height of the crisis, that number fell dramatically as the gaurdians of this wonder would sporadically open and shutter the gates creating much uncertainty among would-be-travelers as to their chances of entry.
Machu Picchu | Serene
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