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Learn about Victory Day Parades at Russian Defense Ministry website


21.04.2017

pixabay.comRussian Defense Ministry official website published a map with indication of places of Victory Day Parades to be conducted in Russia on May 9 in honor of another anniversary of the Great Victory. Moreover, the website contains information about the number of parade participants and military equipment, as per RIA Novosti.

This interactive application shows the parades’ coordinates and military equipment routes. Besides, the application has a scheme of parades’ calculations, their composition, the number of military men and equipment of the Victory Day Parades to be organized in twenty-eight Russian cities.

Users will be able to download images of new types of Russian army weapons. Soon, Defense Ministry website will publish a map of fireworks in the Russian capital.

Almost one hundred thousand military men will take part in the Victory Day Parades all over the country. The largest Parade will be organized at the Red Square. More than ten thousand soldiers and about one hundred and twenty armed vehicles will march along the central square of the country. More than seventy planes and helicopters will participate in the air part of the Parade.

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