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Radon Bath of Menzenschwand near St. Blasien, Black Forest, View 2
Baden-Wuerttemberg

This is a wellness bath in Menzenschwand. There is one speciality – the Radon Therapy. The Radon for the therapy comes from an old abandoned Uranium mine nearby.

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