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3D Light Figures to Appear in Moscow Streets
6.10.2016 10:41
3D Light Figures to Appear in Moscow Streets

Decorative illumination of streets and boulevards will highlight Moscow streets and boulevards from November 1.

      Throughout the whole dark winter period dwellers and tourists of the capital city of Russia will be pleased with 12 thousand various garlands, 3D figures, banners and arches made of LED ribbons of blue, blue and white colours. The sparkling lights will be switched on at twilight and off at dawn.

      Lights will decorate branches of high trees thus turning Moscow parks into fairy forests. Winter illumination will work till April 1.

       


Sources: http://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow     

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