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St Johann Nepomuk Statue

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here is the oldest monument of Timisoara; the statue of St John Nepomuk unfortunately in a pityfull state;

St John Nepomuk was widely known and venerated throughout CE Europe in the 17-18th centuries when his help was much asked confronting plagues.

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