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Victory Parade on May 9


09.05.2015
If you're planning your visit to our capital in May, don't miss a chance to see the traditional Moscow Victory Parade, which will take place on 9 May on the Red Square. This year we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany in the Great Patriotic War. This large scale event will demonstrate the defense technologies of the past as well as recent developments of Russian engineers. 

This year about 14000 soldiers, 194 numbers of arms and equipment will take part in the Victory Parade on the Red Square. The guests of this event will see famous GAZ “Tigr”, armoured troop carriers, tanks T-90A, self-propelled howitzers, “Buk-M2” air defence missile systems, launchers of  air defence systems and intercontinental guided-weapon system “Yars”.
 
The organizers of the Victory Parade prepared some novelties that will take part in this event for the first time – for example, coastal missile system “Bal” and “Bastion”, self-propelled artillery vehicle “Coalitsiya SV”,  new high security car models “Typhoon” and many others. Those who come to Red Square will be able to admire new perspective tank “Armata” – modern creation of Russian engineers. 
 
The historic part of the Victory Parade will transport us to the 1941-1945 with legendary T-34 and  SU-100 self-propelled guns, infantry, pilots, sailors and cossacks with arms of the Great Patriotic War. The guests and the veterans will see the most spectacular air show, in which 150 plains and helicopters will take part. The most well-known of them are fighters Su-27 and Su-34, interceptor MiG-31, transport and secret service planes, bombers Tu-22M3 and Tu-95, helicopters Mi-8, Mi-26 and Ka52. 

If you are planning a Moscow tour this May it's better to discuss your itinerary with your guide. The acess to Kremlin, Red Square and many other sites of central Moscow will be blocked. 
 
 

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