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Earth Hour in St. Petersburg with Live Broadcast by Vpiter.com
On March 31 St. Petersburg will light thousands of candles on the Palace Square and turn off electric light. Thus, St. Petersburg joins international environmental campaign Earth Hour.
St. Petersburg along with cities in Canada, India, Italy, Sweden and the United States is invited this year to participate in launched by WWF Earth Hour City Challenge, which aims to draw attention to saving energy and establishing low-carbon policy.
With imagination and determination people all around the world switch the electricity off and demonstrate the ability to reduce emissions. At exactly 20:30 on March 31 there kicks off this campaign known as Earth Hour. In St. Petersburg thousands of people will gather on the Palace Square and light their candles for an hour. Also the enchanting lights will fly into the clear skies. Anyone can join the action by either turning off lights or coming to the Palace Square with a candle or a flashlight.
Foreign and nonresident spectators can observe what is happening on the Internet. The service Vpiter.com as usual will broadcast live the entire historical centre, as well as the main sightseeing hosting this inspiring event - the Palace Square (the camera is mounted at the State Hermitage Museum and runs continuously)
Vpiter.com and ´Hotels of Saint Petersburg´, a company offering free booking of hotels and mini-hotels in St. Petersburg, favour any event in city´s life promoting environments for innovation and creativity and relieving the monotony of life. More than a million Internet users worldwide have already watched the life of the great city athttp://vpiter.com/
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