The tradition, first observed in Russia in 2012, sees people walking together on the Victory Day in many cities around the world to pay tribute to veterans and victims the Second World War, also known as the Great Patriotic War in Russia.
On Wednesday, crowds gathered at Trafalgar Square in the center of London and marched via Whitehall, Big Ben, Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abby.
May 9, 2018
Commemoration ceremonies of the Allied forces lives lost in Britain took place on May 8, also known as VE Day in Europe, marking the moment when in 1945 the army forces of Nazi Germany surrendered to the Allies of World War II.
Wreath-laying ceremony at the Dundee International Submarine Memorial was held on 7.05. It commemorates the tragically lost crews of the Allied submarines based in Dundee during the WWII, including the crew of the Soviet submarine V-1 l and the Hero, captain II rank I.Fysanovich pic.twitter.com/tRbS2hVYg8— Russian CG Edinburgh (@RusCG_Edinburgh) May 8, 2018