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Tapestry In Honour Of Havel Unveiled At Prague Airport

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PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC - DECEMBER 9: Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg (L) and Havel's widow Dagmar Havlova unveil a tapestry in honour of the late first Czech president Vaclav Havel shortly before the first anniversary of his death, at the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague on December 9, 2012 in Prague, Czech Republic. The production of the 5x4.25 metres tapestry, designed by Petr Sis and made by French master weavers, is worth 1.5 million crowns and has been financed by world musicians including Bono and The Edge from band U2, Peter Gabriel, Sting and Yoko Ono as a gesture of homage to Havel. (Photo by Michal Sula - isifa/MAFRA/Getty Images)
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PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC - DECEMBER 9: Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg (L) and Havel's widow Dagmar Havlova unveil a tapestry in honour of the late first Czech president Vaclav Havel shortly before the first anniversary of his death, at the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague on December 9, 2012 in Prague, Czech Republic. The production of the 5x4.25 metres tapestry, designed by Petr Sis and made by French master weavers, is worth 1.5 million crowns and has been financed by world musicians including Bono and The Edge from band U2, Peter Gabriel, Sting and Yoko Ono as a gesture of homage to Havel. (Photo by Michal Sula - isifa/MAFRA/Getty Images)
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