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Alexandra’s pramen

The spring was named after the Russian Grand Duchess Alexandra. A beautiful gazebo was built over the spring and now it is also used for mineral baths.

The spring has a high sodium and sulphate content and is used, among other things, for digestive diseases and anaemia.

It is prescribed for more sensitive patients prone to diarrhoeal stools, in whom the stronger Cross and Ferdinand Spring is not well tolerated. The chief indications are diseases of the liver, gall bladder, pancreas and intestines. The chief indications are diseases of the liver, gall bladder, pancreas and intestines.

It is situated in the park between the Queens Hotel and the High Street.