Residents of Khabarovsk, a city in Russia’s Far East launched a flashmob dedicated to the Day of Russia, which is celebrated annually on June 12.
More than 700 most patriotic vehicle owners lined up their cars to form “РФ” sign (“RF” - the abbreviation for the Russian Federation – Ed.) and the country’s coat of arms – a two-headed eagle holding a scepter and an orb.
“That’s how we congratulate out fellow compatriots with the upcoming holiday,” a flashmob organiser Vyacheslav Shempelev told the Interfax news agency in an interview.
A similar action was held by Khabarovsk residents in May. To mark a Victory Day in a WWII, motorists held the biggest flashmob in Russia which made it to the Guinness Book of World Records. 500 cars formed a medal of the Great Patriotic War and a huge “9” digit meaning a victory day on the 9th of May.