The Paris Morgue was built in 1864 on the Île de la Cité, one of the two islands in the Seine, [and was] where the bodies of unidentified dead – most of them suicide cases – were displayed on marble slabs for friends or family to identify. This edifice soon became a fixture in the Parisian social round, with tens or hundreds of people shuffling into the morgue to gawk at the dead and gossip over their possible origins and reasons for death.
It’s been a tradition for Living Legends’ The Grouch & Eligh to bring you the How The Grouch Stole Christmas tour every year during the months of November & December. Unfortunately this year, they’ve suffered a similar fate that Guerilla Union did for their last half of Rock The Bells– so the tour won’t happen.
Every year, Prague hosts the Dvořák Prague International Festival of Classical Music in the Rudolfinum, at Prague Castle, in St. Vitus Cathedral and at the Prague Conservatory from 8th September until 22nd September, 2013