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Jonathan put his mouth close to my ear in front of the St. John of Nepomuk statue.
Jonathan reached out his hand and touched St. John of Nepomuk.
Below St. John of Nepomuk, an angel appeared, her stone finger over her lips.
It was with a peculiar feeling that I trod the old bridge, from which St. John of Nepomuk was cast into the Moldau for refusing to publish the confession of King
St. John of Nepomuk (San Juan Nepumuceno), a palace priest who was tossed into the river for refusing to relate to King Wenseslaus his queen's amorous indiscretions communicated during confession.
I'm sorry to say that St. John of Nepomuk is a fake.