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2011 Český Slavík Awards - choose a jigsaw puzzle to solve

Český slavík (English: Czech Nightingale) is a Czech award, similar in nature to the American Grammy Award, to recognize outstanding achievement and annual popularity in the Czech music industry. It was established in 1996 as the successor to the Zlatý slavík awards, which was established in 1962 in Czechoslovakia by magazine Mladý svět and Smena na nedeľu, which continued until 1991. "The 16th Cesky Slavik" was held on November 25, 2011 at the State Opera, in Prague, Czech Republic. Since 1999, the award has been sponsored by the mineral water producer Mattoni and hence officially known as Český slavík Mattoni, or Mattoni's Czech Nightingale.Current award categories are "Male Singer", "Female Singer", "Musical Group", and "Absolute Nightingale". With twenty Český slavík awards each, Karel Gott and Lucie Bílá are the most successful artists in the history of the award to date. They are followed by the band Kabát, which has earned twelve awards, and the groups No Name and Lucie.