St. Wolfgang im Salzkammergut is a market town of over 2,000 inhabitants in central Austria, in the Salzkammergut region of Upper Austria, named after Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg. The town is located in central Austria. It is on the northern shore of the Wolfgangsee lake (close to the towns of Strobl and St. Gilgen, both in the State of Salzburg) at the foot of the Schafberg mountain. St. Wolfgang is famous for the White Horse Inn (Hotel Weißes Rössl), the setting of the musical comedy and for its pilgrimage church with a late Gothic altarpiece by Michael Pacher.
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