Baile Herculane

The spa town of Baile Herculane has a long history of human habitation. In modern times, the spa town has been visited for its supposedly natural healing properties: hot springs with sulfur, chlorine, sodium, calcium, magnesium and other minerals, as well as negatively ionized air. Before World War II, when the first modern hotel was built (i.e. H Cerna, 1930) it remained a popular destination with Western Europeans. The spa's weather is specific for mountain's depressions, Baile Herculane being on the same parallel with Nisa and Venezia. THE SPRINGS have a high radioemanation level, similar to the ones of Vichy and Montdore. At present, 16 natural springs with thermal mineral water, scattered along the Cerna Valley for about 4 km, are known in the neighbourhoud of the resort.

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