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Chemical composition

The mineral springs contain a large amount of carbon dioxide and ferrous ions (10 – 40 mg/l), and are called natural acidulous waters.

All of the local mineral waters are cold, with a temperature varying between 7 - 10° C. A balneological rarity is the fact that despite being located in such a small area, the water from these springs has an overall chemical composition that enables many types of illnesses to be cured.

  The Cross Spring The Ferdinand Spring  The Rudolf Spring The Forest Spring The Ambrose Spring  The Caroline Spring
Magnesium (mg/l)   92 141 122 105 21 110
Calcium (mg/l)   148 200 233 105 46 83
Sodium (mg/l) 2 590 2 870 80 710 57 182
Hydrogen-carbonate (mg/l) 2 770 3 050 1 468 1 724 333 877
Sulphate (mg/l)  2 945 3 173 83 623 81 197
Chloride (mg/l) 858 1 121 32 178 20 133
Free CO2 (mg/l) 2 896 2 510 2 444 2 631 2 420 2 600
Mineral content (g/l) 9,6 10,81 2,16 3,62 0,63 1,69

 

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