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Moscow Red Square to Be Closed on New Year's Eve
31.12.2016 11:45
Moscow Red Square to Be Closed on New Year's Eve

Access will be possible only for holders of invitation tickets. They can be obtained, in particular, through the Active Citizen portal.

      The entry to the Moscow Red Square will be closed on the New Year's Eve due to telerecording of the New Year celebrations. Six thousand people will participate in it.

      Red Square will be accessible on the New Year's Eve to those with invitation tickets only. The closing of the central square of Moscow is scheduled from 3 pm of December 31 till January 1. The exact opening time is not known yet.

       


Sources: http://tass.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Red Square Moscow New Year   

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