Tiszaligeti Strandfürdő

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Tiszaligeti Strandfürdő [1] is situated in Szolnok. [2] This city is known as the town of the spas. There are several spas and swimming pools in the area, which are visited from all over Europe. In the 1900s spa containing iodine, alkali and hydrogen-carbonate was found in the area. It is used for curing rheumatic and digestive organic diseases. It is a good entertaining facility for those who are healthy, too. There are many pools and slip ways for people who like swimming, but there is an artificial lake where we[ who? ] can boat. For little children the swimming pool offers playgrounds as well. The swimming pool can be used all the year, including winter months.

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1. Tiszaligeti Strandfürdő

2. Szolnok city homepage

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