Abandoned bathhouse – public spa Part 1





Abandoned spa resort is located in east Slovakia near small city Sobrance. As can be seen from various historical sources, the history of Sobrance Medical Spa is quite rich. The oldest evidence of the Sobrance Spa dates back to 1336. In the chronicle of Count Staray, they are mentioned as “Salty Healing Wells” and already at that time the monks of the “Red Caps” used them to treat the poor.

As you can see, the monks were also the first spa doctors here. Another important document from 1680 mentions a crowd of people from the southern side of Hungary who suffer from rheumatic diseases. German traveler Kifalbech around. 1800, after visiting Sobrance Spa, reminds that there are 42 guest rooms in the spa equipment, which is quite enough for the time. In r. 1813 Zemplin County Chief Doctor Martin Čermák gathered indications and recommended using water mainly against skin diseases. In r. 1860 František Turner and in r. 1880 Dr. Kornel Chyzer analyzes the water and promotes the spa. At the beginning of this century, lectures on Sobrance Spa were collected and published at balneological congresses in Budapest and Vienna.



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Abandoned bathhouse – public spa Part 1

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