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ROCK. By Tereza Somlóová and Kristýna Kubečková. ROCK HISTORY.

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ROCK

By Tereza Somlóová and Kristýna Kubečková

rock history
ROCK HISTORY
  • Classic rock was originally conceived as a radio station programming format which evolved from the album oriented rock (AOR) format in the mid-1980s. In the United States, this rock music format now features a limited playlist of songs ranging from late 1960s through today with more emphasis on the earlier hits by artists associated with the loosely-defined "classic rock era".
rock caf
ROCK CAFÉ

Opening hours:

  • Monday–Friday 10:00–3:00
  • Saturday 17:00 – 03:00
  • Sunday 17.00 – 01:00
  • Rock Café
  • Národní 20, 110 00 Praha 1
  • Tel., fax: +420/224 933 947
pal c akropolis
PALÁC AKROPOLIS
  • Palác Akropolis
  • Kubelíkova 27
  • 130 00 Praha 3
  • Czech Republic
  • Phone: +420 296 330 911
  • Fax: +420 296 330 912
  • Email: info(at)palacakropolis.cz
  • Web: http://www.palacakropolis.cz
something about pal c akropolis
SOMETHING ABOUT PALÁC AKROPOLIS
  • The cultural complex, consisting of an independent theatre, a concert hall, a cinema and an exhibition space and called THE AKROPOLIS PALACE, has for over half a decade been contributing to the wealth of cultural life in Prague. Palac Akropolis is becoming well known also outside Europe and is often described as a cosmopolitan place with an original atmosphere which can reputedly help people find and understand the Czech identity.
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