Organisers on Wednesday unveiled details of an exhibition devoted to the life of legendary Czech singer Karel Gott. The exhibition, Karel Gott, My Life ,which opens to the public on June 8 and lasts until September 30, aims to be Prague’s exhibition event of the year. It has been staged in a specially constructed floating exhibition centre on the Vltava river and comprises items from the singer himself, museums, and private collections which illustrate his life and success. The exhibition might later be moved to Germany where Gott has a huge fan base.
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