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Belokurikha Resort Becomes More Competitive
31.10.2016 00:29
Belokurikha Resort Becomes More Competitive
(Source: http://posibiri.ru/tag/belokurixa/feed)

The only federal balneoclimatic resort beyond the Urals plans to increase the capacity of the medical base in 4-6 years due to mineral middle-grade radon water of Iskrovskoe field.

      In addition, it is planned to expand the range of mineral waters in the second half of 2017. These measures will make Belokurikha more competitive and attractive both on foreign and domestic market. According to the initiators of the project, the Altai Research Institute of Spa and Natural Resources will develop methods of using mineral middle-grade radon water for treatment of the diseases relevant for the resort.


Sources: http://strana.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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