Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Something weird was happenning the other day on the main square of Russia in Moscow. It looked like real Apocalypse with strange warriors and horses, bright fireworks in the sky, cannons and other stuff we don’t see in normal life.

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Yeah, 2012…

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square

Location:Moscow

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15 thoughts on “Apocalypse on the Main Russian Square”

  1. I’ve said it before and I got to say it again–this web site has some of the very best photos and photography I have ever seen anywhere

  2. For the readers: it’s ‘Spasskaya’ Tower (the one in the Kremlin) Festival, a military music festival that takes place every year. This year marks the 200 anniversary of Napoleon’s defeat, that’s why it was so special.

  3. The real apocalypse was when…
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_invasion_of_Poland
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish–Soviet_War

    and for other natoions other dates…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Soviet_military_occupations

    • It’s convenient to forget parts of history, isn’t it, whistleblower?

      Stalin initially approached Britain, France and even Poland, to form an alliance against Hitler. Guess what? He was turned away by, mostly by them bitter Poles. So he did the next best thing, and made a pact with Hitler, “if you can’t beat them, join them”, and “If you’re not with us, you’re against us” being good ways to sum what happened next.

      To put it simply, Poland brought it on themselves. Look how well that turned out for them. Lol.

    • Yes, when Poland was occupying western Russia and tried to take Moscow and killed millions of Orthodox believers they at least did not whine like you do! What do you expect? Pity because unjust harm was done to you or just pity because you failed to realize your imperial dreams? Maybe You can shed some light on this.

    • Yes, what an apocalypse. You got Silesia and western Prussia along with the industrialized areas and Poland´s only autobahn network! What an apocalypse. If you keep on using this word like this you better google its meaning first.

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