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Salt Hill

A LARGE WHITE MOUND RISES beside a luxury resort in Hungary’s Mátra Mountains. Next to it lies a series of natural terraces. Mineral-rich water bubbles upward from a concealed spring, trickling downward and gathering within the formation’s many levels. “Salt Hill” and the accompanying terraces are naturally formed, though scaled-down versions, of the rare salt springs and water terraces found around the world. They were created after water rich with a slurry of calcium, magnesium, sulphur, and traces of other minerals pooled and solidified atop two active hot springs.

Cultural Sector
Egerszalók, gyógyfürdő, 3394