Built in 1475. This is truely a gem. One must go under the romantic Klingentor to reach this gem. It is a church, stairs up there is a small museum, and stairs down one reaches the kasematten (kind of cellars where centuries ago men slept and defended the town, shooting through the holes). The church is not huge, but very charming! The extirior is worth while as well. Gothic style. The St.-Wolfgangs-Church had a double function. With its embrasures and underground casemates, it was also part of the Klingengate fortifications.
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