Thousands of People in Prague Called for Peace and Nonviolence

04.11.2009 - Prague - Toni Antonucci

Prague, November 3, 2009

Thousands of people have gathered in Prague’s Wenceslas Square to participate in the biggest event in the country organized as part of the World March for Peace and Nonviolence.

It was the last and the biggest event that concluded a three day stay of members of the World March’s Base Team in the Czech Republic.

The “Peace party” hosted some of Czech’s most known singers, actors and performers who all performed to help spread the call for peace and nonviolence.

Together with the famous Harlem Gospel, thousands of people sang the song “Imagine” by John Lennon in what was probably the biggest karaoke in Czech recent history.

The party also included a carnival-like parade through the city center with a wonderful atmosphere of friendship and shared hopes for a better future.

The party ended with the release of hundreds of Thai lanterns that carried the wishes of all participants for a world free of wars and violence.

High resolution video:
[Prague – November 3](http://videoforum.theworldmarch.org/index.php?action=videos;sa=downfile;id=664)

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