24.01.2021

Увидеть Париж и… утонуть

Париж тонет после страшных ливней, обрушившихся на Францию. Уровень воды в Сене достиг отметки 6 метров, превысив полутораметровую отметку нормы.

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River banks are under water as Seine river keep on rising in Paris, France on January 24, 2018. The River Seine continued to rise in Paris on Thursday as it headed toward the 6-metre mark. The capital’s famous museums were taking emergency measures and transport authorities said part of a major train line would remain closed for a week. Heavy rains have lashed France for days, leaving 30 departments across the country on flood alert. Some towns and villages in the east are already inundated, leaving homes and shops filled with muddy water. The Seine, running through the centre of the French capital, had already burst its banks in some places Monday, growing into a powerful muddy torrent that has submerged riverside parks and footpaths. Photo by Christian Liewig/ABACAPRESS.COM

Туристы лишены возможности воспользоваться традиционными речными круизами, работники Лувра, в создавшей чрезвычайной ситуации, эвакуируют части коллекций знаменитого музея.

Парижские крысы, выгнанные потоками воды из привычных мест обитания, мечутся в неопределенности, выскакивая из-под ног пассажиров метро.

TOPSHOT — A resident cleans debris from a flooded street in Villeneuve-Saint-Georges, south of Paris, on January 25, 2018. The Seine continued to rise on January 25, 2018, flooding streets and putting museums on an emergency footing as record rainfall pushed rivers over their banks across northeastern France. / AFP PHOTO / Philippe LOPEZPHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images

Весь парижский и пригородный транспорт работает с перебоями.

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