Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Moskovsky Komsomolets. The Independence Day of Russia in Moscow: where to go on June 12th
Moscow will celebrate the Independence Day of Russia with a lot of cultural, entertaining and sport events. The holiday programme will capture museums, parks and streets of Moscow. A concert on Red Square will traditionally become the biggest event. Those who prefer less official events can follow the MK review on the interesting and free of charge ways to spend the weekend.
Sokolniki Park launches a new zone for extreme sports practicing, suitable for professionals and beginners as well. The extreme zone will include a skate park, rock-climbing wall, artificial surfing wave, and wakeboarding club on Putyayevskie ponds. There will also be a children’s Panda-park opened for little adventurers. The skate park’s area - 2 500 square metres - will have a roofing structure for comfortable skating in rainy weather. A rock-climbing wall for international competitions will be located nearby. EXTREMEX. Independence, the 2nd International Extreme Sports festival will unfold in Sokolniki Park on June 12-16, 2013.