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Light Festival to Take Place in Moscow
28.09.2012 09:43
Light Festival to Take Place in Moscow

A unique international light and music festival "Circle of Light" will be held in Moscow for a second time.

      The event opens on Friday, September 28, in downtown Moscow’s Red Square, and will last for five days. It is expected to gather over 3 million people - ten times more than last year’s festival. Moscow citizens and tourists will be able to see all marvellous light shows for free, but opening and closing ceremonies are by invitation cards only.

      The event's organizers promise numerous light shows projected on Moscow's most well-known buildings to make it possible for residents and guests of the Russian capital to get acquainted with state of the art light technology.

      The festival that will include laser shows and various video projections will be closed on October 2 in Gorky Park in the center of Moscow. The closing ceremony will also include a big fireworks show.

      All the necessary information about "Circle of Light" festival can be found on the event's official website (English version is available).



Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Moscow Moscow festivals Moscow events Circle of Light  

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