October 20-23, 2011 Festival of Light 2011 in Moscow. More than 15 sites such as Red Square, Bolshoy Theather, Moscow University and others were held this amazing event.It needs to say that festival includes all main sites which Russkie Prostori offer to see to our guests in Moscow. Preparing to the International Festival of lights Moscow government has spent 190 million rubles for luminous garlands, thousands of colourful soffits, hundreds of floodlights and tens of stroboscopic lights. Light installations included fountains, monuments, old buildings, dynamic projections on water and much more!
The illuminations estimated by viewers and a special jury consisting of popular figures of art and culture. The festival was compleately free so come to Moscow next year to see big city lights!
Main Festival Areas
Moscow, Red Square
(subway: Ploschad Revolutsii, Okhotny Ryad, Teartralnaya)
Red Square – the main and most famous square in Moscow and Russia, the arena of many important events in Russian history and the history of the Soviet State.
Moscow, Manezhnaya Square
(subway: Okhotny Ryad, Ploschad Revolutsii, Teartralnaya)
Manezhnaya Square is a large pedestrian open space at the heart of Moscow bound by the Hotel Moskva to the east, the State Historical Museum and the Alexander Garden to the south.
Moscow, Krymski Val, 9
Gorky Park was planned by Konstantin Melnikov, a world-famous avant-garde and constructivist architect. Park covers an area of 300 acres (120 ha) along the Moskva River.
You are welcome to check some phoos from Festival of light in Moscow 2011. Next year Russkie Prostori can assits you in accomodation and full program to see Moscow lightts! You may contact us regarding any information about it.