In the south of Slovakia not far away from the frontier with Hungary lies what is perhaps the best known settlement of southern Gemer. It is Číž. In the past it was a small farming village but the discovery of mineral springs changed its character.
Iodide-bromine spa of national importance was opened here in 1889. It is indicated for the patients affected by nervous, skin and other chronic inflammatory diseases.
The spa buildings are from the end of the 19th century and their style imitates that of the Swiss spa architecture.
Thanks to the local highly mineralised medicinal water the diseases of locomotion and circulatory apparatuses are successfully treated here.
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