Lazebnický (Barber´s) Bridge

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Cesky Krumlov

Lazebnický (Barber´s) Bridge

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Named after a series of barbers resided in the house of Latrán No. 1.
There used to be a gate at each side of the bridge.
The inner gate was demolished in outer gate was demolished during 1842-1844, while the outer gate was demolished in 1860, both because of their bad conditions.
On the bridge, a statue of St. Jan Nepomucký, a national saint of the Czech Republic, is standing. Nepomucký was drowned in Vltava River, after refusing a request of the king of that time, which was to divulge the secrets of the confessional of the queen.
His statue is often seen on a bridge, because of the manner of his death, he is seen as a protector from floods.

すぐ近くに理髪師の家として知られている家(Latrán No. 1)があることから、理髪師橋と名付けられた。


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Statue of St. Nepomucký on the bridge

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