At 1 pm on 9 May, the Window on the City online service will broadcast the Immortal Regiment march live from Belorussky Station Square to Vasilievsky Slope. The decision was made by the Department of Information Technology at the user community’s request.
In addition, starting at 7 am, Muscovites can watch military vehicles drive from Khodynka Field to Red Square, where the main parade will begin at 10 am.
The holiday schedule also includes broadcasts of light shows on the facades of the Russian Army Theatre and Belorussky Station, a war-era car rally, and outdoor festivities on Poklonnaya Hill. The broadcast of the car rally from Rogozhskaya Gate Square to Serebryany Bor starts at 1 pm on 9 May. At 9:30 pm on 8, 9 and 10 May, light shows dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Victory will be transmitted from two city security cameras located in Suvorovsky Square and Tverskaya Gate Square.
The full programme of Window on the City broadcasts is available at: http://video. dit.mos.ru/window/.
A record 16,500 users tuned into the broadcast of the final rehearsal for the Victory Day parade, watching a total of over 3,000 hours of video that day. Over 33,000 people have watched holiday-themed broadcasts in the past few days. Video feeds from city security cameras located at the Moscow Spring festival venues and along the route of the Moscow Cup cycling competition have been available at video.dit.mos.ru/window.