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The most spacious and expensive sculpture on the bridge, this was designed in 1714 by Ferdinand Brokoff and sponsored by František Josef Thun, the lord of Klášterec nad Ohří. The sculpture was intended to honour the two founders of the Trinitarians, the order that supervised buying back and redeeming of Christians in captivity under Turks. St. Ivan, the saint patron of Slavs was added to the group for unknown reasons. The base depicts a cave in which three chained Christians are praying to the Lord for salvation.
The statue of Wenceslaus I is an outdoor sculpture by Josef Kamil Böhm, installed on the south side of the Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic.
The statue of Vitus is an outdoor sculpture by Ferdinand Brokoff, installed on the north side of the Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic.
The statues of Saints Cosmas and Damian are outdoor sculptures by Jan Oldřich Mayer, installed on the north side of the Charles Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic.
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