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Igalo spa
Montenegro

Igalo is a town in the municipality of Herceg Novi in ​​Montenegro. According to the census of 2003. there were 3754 people (according to 1991 census. there were 3676 inhabitants). This is a city that, although the Herceg Novi town makes a single whole, can be considered as a separate settlement. The name comes from the same words of Greek origin, meaning "coast - beach - shore."


Igalo is known as a tourist destination, thanks to a radioactive - with sea mud Mud beach - or as it is also called Old Spa, a center for health tourism in Montenegro. Igalo is also known unexploited mineral water called "Igaljka". In the 1930th Testing was performed in the laboratory igaljskog mud-known French resorts Senior ("Vichy"), which is definitely confirmed his remarkable healing, but only after the Second World War, initiated by Mirko J. STIJEPCIC who engage others. Svetozar Živojnović realized long ago passed the plans on the establishment of health resorts in Igalo by the decision of the government of Montenegro 1.XI 1949th was finally established.

In Igalo is a church of Sv. Transfiguration of our Lord, in the second half of the 17th century, which is rebuild 1857th year.

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Copyright: Saša Stojanović
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Taken: 01/08/2010
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Updated: 21/03/2015
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Tags: igalo; herceg novi; adriatic; sea; more; jadransko; crna gora; montenegro
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