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Circle of Light Festival for 70th Anniversary of Victory
9.05.2015 10:18
Circle of Light Festival for 70th Anniversary of Victory

From May 8 to May 10 the Circle of Light Festival is holding free light shows in Moscow celebrating the Victory.

      The shows are staged on the historical buildings of the Russian Army Academic Theater and the Belarusian Train Station. It is not by mere chance that these buildings have been selected. Their history is closely related to the years of the Great Patriotic War (1941 – 1945). From this train station people left to the frontline, and right after the stage performance on June 22, 1941 some of the Russians started off.

      For three days the Muscovites as well as the city guests will have a chance to enjoy three shows of choice: Victory Train, Theatre. The War Years and The Story of a Soldier.

      The Circle of Light Festival is an annual event with architectural constructions used by light designers as installation objects in Moscow.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations Shows in Moscow Victory Day   

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