Half open chapel with a statue of St. John of Nepomuk, accompanied by two angels, one of them with a crucifix. The chapel is built in 1879 around a statue from the mid-18th century.
Statues of Saint John of Nepomuk
The figure of Saint John of Nepomuk is often encountered in Central and Eastern Europe, including the Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Poland and Lithuania.
He is usually portrayed with
a halo of five stars, commemorating the stars that hovered over the Vltava River on the night of his murder, also is said that the five stars are supposed to symbolize the five letters of Latin word "tacet", which means "silent".
a priestly dress
the palm of martyrs
a large crucifix, to which he is usually looking.
As additional figures there are often one of more little angels, respectively
indicating silence by a finger over the lips,
with a crucifix
with the bible.
There are several sites listing statues of Saint John of Nepomuk: