В Бангкоке затопило Большой дворец. Тысячи таиландцев покинули столицу

27 Октября 2011, 17:24

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Pedestrians walk past a flood protection barrier in the financial district of Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thailand's premier warned nervous Bangkok citizens that incoming floods could last for four weeks, as waters inched nearer the city centre at the start of an emergency five-day holiday. AFP PHOTO/JOAN MANUEL BALIELLAS
Thai residents are transported on a truck through floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Bangkok residents were fleeing the capital October 27 after authorities called an emergency five-day holiday and urged people in flood-prone parts of the city to leave to avoid a massive deluge. AFP PHOTO / Pornchai KITTIWONGSAKUL
Thai people walk neat a supermarket in floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Bangkok residents were fleeing the capital on October 27 after authorities called an emergency five-day holiday and urged people in flood-prone parts of the city to leave to avoid a massive deluge. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
A Thai boy plays in floodwaters along a street in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
A woman walks through floodwaters in front of the Grand Palace near the Chao Praya river in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thai authorities urged residents in flood-prone areas of Bangkok to evacuate on October 26, warning them that the arrival of a massive deluge of water was imminent. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / Nicolas ASFOURI
Workers reinforce a sand bag wall near China town next to the Chao Praya river in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals October 27 while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ Nicolas ASFOURI
Thai women help a child walk in surging floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
Vehicle traffic is pictured in the floodwaters in China town next to the Chao Praya river in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ Nicolas ASFOURI
Thai photographers take pictures of children in floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
Thai Buddhist monks stand on sand bags in front of the gates of a pagoda surrounded by floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
A Thai boy swims in floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
Thai people place sandbags on the ground to block floodwaters along a street in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
Thai people sit in front of their houses surrounded by floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
A general view of the Grand Palace surrounded by floodwaters in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27, while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
People in traffic drive through the floodwaters in China town near the Chao Praya river in Bangkok on October 27, 2011. Thousands of Bangkok residents flocked to bus, rail and air terminals on October 27 while heavy traffic snaked out of the sprawling Thai capital in an exodus from a mass of approaching floodwater. AFP PHOTO/ Nicolas ASFOURI

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