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Eye Spring St. Kathrein
Austria

There is no evidence as to when people in this area discovered the beneficial effects of the 36 °C warm mineral water. Fact is that the spa dates back to the year 1437. In the Middle Ages this spring was known as Augenquelle ("eye-spring"), as people used to wash their eyes with this highly effective water in order to ensure good eyesight until old age.

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Tags: austria; carinthia; kleinkirchheim; indoor; church; spring; water
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