Gallery of Waters


This collonaded structure built in 1956 contains five flowing stone urns fed with mineral water by pipes set in the wall. Temperatures of the water range from 30°C to 53°C, each said to hold different healing properties, including treating stomach and liver problems, heart disease and cancer.

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