The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60

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The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60
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Image ID: 2A428HC
The instalation of the large-scale screen on Hradcany square outside the Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic, October 11, 2019. On Saturday, October 12, a mourning ceremony will take place in St Vitus Cathedral at the Prague Castle, the seat of Czech kings and presidents, at 11:00. The heritage site will be partially closed to the public until 14:00 over the event that will be for invited guests only. The public can watch it on large-scale screens. Czech pop singer Karel Gott died at 80 on October 1, 2019, before midnight at home in his family circle. Gott was at the top of music for some 60 years. He released almost 300 LPs and sold tens of millions of records. (CTK Photo/Katerina Sulova)

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