Karel Gott, Karel Kryl, singing, national anthem, demonstration, Wenceslas Square - stock photo
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Karel Gott, Karel Kryl, singing, national anthem, demonstration, Wenceslas Square

A brutal police action against peaceful march of students in Prague on November 17, 1989, sparked the Velvet Revolution, a series of demonstrations that toppled the authoritarian Communist regime in Czechoslovakia. Pop star Karel Gott, right, and protest song composer-singer Karel Kryl sing the national anthem from the balcony of the Melantrich publishing house which served as the Civic Forum headquarters during demonstrations in Wenceslas Square, December 4, 1989. CTK Photo/Libor Hajsky, Prague, CESKOSLOVENSKO

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CTK Historical / Libor Hajsky

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2890 x 1864 pixels

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10 x 6 inches / 24 x 16 cm

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