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Plaque Commemorating David Bowie Destroyed in Berlin
The plaque had been unveiled at a ceremony held for fans, friends and political figures to attend at the end of August. Whilst usually under a blanket of strict legislative procedures put in place to ensure the figure was of great historical significance (A waiting period of 5 years), Mayor of Berlin Michael Muller immediately gave the green light to install the 3400 euro plate.
At it's inception makers of the plaque KPM- The Royal Porcelain factory - stated that if it were to ever be stolen, vandalised or destroyed they would replace it within a period of 24 hours. The Berlinger Morgenpost have confirmed that the company have honoured their word and will in fact be creating a new plaque.
Bowie died of cancer in January early this year following an 18-month struggle with cancer. His last ever recordings are set to be released in October on the Lazarus Cast Album, featuring a number of tracks from Bowie's off-Broadway show Lazarus.
By Josh Hummerston
Posted on 21 Sep 2016 16:06 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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