Just glorious to pray inside this church during the reign of a German Pope.
The church was constructed and decorated before the fall of the Holy Roman Empire in 1806 and thus the double-headed eagle motiff. Such magnitude of events with the extinction of the Holy Roman Empire, the heir and representative of the Caesars.
Czech pilgrims sometimes pray before this image of St. John of Nepomuk.
And in the sanctury is buried the last German Pontiff, Adrian VI. Then came 455 years of Italian popes until the year of three popes when the Pole was elected and then in that year of grace AD 2005 another German was elected, now gloriously reigning, Benedictus XVI.