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Inowroc³aw Graduation Tower Saturates Air With Iodine
April 8, 2009 By Barbara Derêgowska   
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The town of Inowroc³aw is above all a health resort. Situated in the heart of the Kujawy region, it abounds in natural assets with therapeutic properties. The town sits on rich deposits of rock-salt and limestone, peat, clays and mineral waters. Its mild, lowland climate is friendly to people suffering from cardiovascular problems and it has a particularly beneficial effect for patients recovering from heart diseases, a heart attack in particular. The air in Inowroc³aw also facilitates treatment of rheumatoid conditions and physiotherapy for mobility impairments. You can breathe in the healthy air when you take a stroll in the vast Solankowy (Brine) Park among its many natural monuments, ponds with fountains and flower beds. There is also a graduation tower which saturates the air with iodine and a whole range of other microelements.

Inowroc³aw provides health resort visitors with a variety of over 50 different treatments such as inhalation therapy, massage, hydrotherapy, physiotherapy, cryotherapy, kinesitherapy and balneotherapy.

"It is vital for every health resort to have a good working relationship with the local government in order to develop," said Tomasz Sibora, the president of Solanki Uzdrowisko Inowroc³aw Sp. z o.o. and the secretary of the Union of Polish Health Resorts Association. "The town administration is carrying out a number of important projects in the resort, providing patients and tourists with a lot of cultural, sports and tourist attractions."
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