Sankt Wolfgang (zängkt vôlfˈgäng) [key], town, Upper Austria prov., in the Salzkammergut, on the Wolfgang See, a lake. It is a popular resort, famous for the White Horse Inn. A noteworthy attraction is the great altar carved (1481) by Michael Pacher for the parish church (15th–16th cent.).
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