Statue of St. John of Nepomuk with on his sides St. Sebastian (left) and St. Florian (right), the patron saints of the forest workers and brewers respectively.
- (Nepomuk c. 1345 - Praha 1393), confessor of the queen of Bohemia, refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional. At the behest of King Wenceslaus of Bohemia he was thrown from the Charles Bridge in Prague and drowned. John of Nepomuk is patron saint of bridges (Wikipedia)
- (died c. 288), martyr, killed during the Roman emperor Diocletian's persecution of Christians
- (d. c. 304), commander of the imperial army in the Roman province of Noricum, responsible for organizing firefighting brigades. Martyred because is did not want to sacrifice to Roman gods. He is usually depicted as a Roman officer pouring water from a pitcher over a fire
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- Wolfgang Luckhner,
German sculptor of the 18th century.
Location (N 49°0'49" - E 13°13'51")
Item Code: deby159; Photograph: 17 February 2011
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