volume 33, issue S1, P117-118 2018
DOI: 10.23853/bsehm.2018.0620
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F Armijo, JM Carbajo, JN Ejeda, F Maraver

Abstract: Introduction. The healing properties of Lake Hévíz waters have been known since immemorial time even at the end of the Stone Age. The city and the bath began to develop in the 18th century. Lake Hévíz, is the second largest thermal lake in the world, but biologically the largest active natural lake. Its temperature is affected by the combination of hot and cold thermal waters. The water flows in a cave with a flow of approximately 410 liters per second, with a temperature of 40°C. The biological stability of t…

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