The ninth annual Circle of Light International Festival ended up with a spectacular show in the middle of Moscow’s Rowing Canal on Tuesday.
Light designers arrived in Russia from around the world, including Japan, Italy, Switzerland, China, Romania, Chile and Indonesia to showcase their skills in front of hundreds of spectators.
The light was set up at a made-up installation in the middle of the Rowing Canal. On the fifth and final day of the festival, Muscovites enjoyed ‘The Unity Code’ performance, which was meant to show the entirety of Russian history from the Middle Ages to our contemporary time. The show was crowned with a massive firework display with rings up to 300 meters each.
The annual festival kicked off on Friday and lasted until Tuesday at nine venues, such as Krylatskoye Rowing Canal, the Digital October Centre, Sakharova avenue, Polytechnical Museum and others.