These once popular spots are now completely bare.
So much so that you can see the evidence of the impact of measures like social distancing and isolation from space.
Inverse used satellite images released by technologies company Maxar to see how quarantined world looks.
The photos compare scenes in November 2019 to ones in March 2020.
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Bethesda Fountain in Central Park is usually swarming with people. But as of March 18, 2020, the fountain is nearly devoid of life.
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Milan's Cathedral in Italy is normally a tourist hotspot, filled with crowds of people. As of March 18, there was no one crowding the cathedral square.
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The Wollman Rink in Central Park is usually open for skaters from October to April, where it also hosts ice hockey games, skating schools and figure skating events.
But not this year.
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The Killington Ski Resort halted the ski season early this year, closing down on March 15 in order to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.
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The bustling streets of Moscow, Russia are known to have the worst traffic jams in the world. But today, the city streets appear almost empty.