Glory squareMoscow , Russia
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In live broadcast, there is the Square of Glory, located in the South-Eastern administrative district of Moscow in the territory of Kuzminki district. The square, which is perfectly visible in webcam, acquired its name in 2005 in honor of the 60th anniversary of the victory in the Second World War.
On May 7, 2005, at the Glory Square, perfectly demonstrated in online live cam appeared music fountain “Music of Glory”. The complex, which you can also see in the webcam, has a 9m high “Pyramid of Memory” and “Victory Fanfare” 21m high.
In winter, at the Glory Square that you see online there is a skating rink.
Besides the Glory Square mentioned above, which is perfectly visible in webcam online, Moscow is proud of other very important famous squares.
The main square of the Russian capital in this live camera, of course, is Red Square. It is a huge space made with cobblestones. This is a true symbol of the state. There are most important historical sights are located on the square: the Kremlin towers, Historical Museum, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Lobnoye mesto, The Monument to Minin and Pozharsky.
Ivanovskaya and Cathedral Square
These areas are located inside the Kremlin. They include: the buildings of the Senate Palace and Arsenal, the Assumption and Archangel Cathedrals, the Ivan the Great Bell Tower, the Palace of the Facets, the Tsar Cannon and the Tsar Bell.
Despite the fact that there is nothing on this square, the citizens love it. Perhaps because of a beautiful view of St. Basil’s Cathedral opens from Vasilevsky Descent.
Theater Square has gained popularity due to the Bolshoi Theater located on its territory. In the square on Theater Square there is the Vitali fountain, Karl Marx monument, as well as the Theater Fountain.
Manezhnaya Square is a large square that is just a transit on the way to the Kremlin and Red Square. A small part of the square adjoins the Alexander Garden.
Borovitskaya square is a big traffic interchange. There are 2 monuments here: the Pashkov House and a sculpture to the Monument to Vladimir the Great.
Pushkinskaya Square is named after the great Russian poet A.S. Pushkin. Here is the Monument to Alexander Pushkin too.
Triumphal Square is the modern square of Moscow, where the live broadcast comes from. It’s just nice to walk here.
Khitrovskaya Square is located on the Ivanov Hill. This is a popular place for photographers, artists and excursions.
The Square of the Revolution is not particularly remarkable. It revives only at Christmas time, when the “Journey to Christmas” festival takes place here. The area turns into a big ice hill.
Watch others Baltic Live Cam webcams – Moscow city center, Vasilevsky Island and Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg, a beautiful panorama of the city of Riga, the Town Hall Square of Kaunas in Lithuania.