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Narzannaya Gallery, Kislovodsk

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At Narzannaya Gallery, drink from the "boiling well," a natural mineral spring. The gallery, built in the medieval English style, houses drinking well-rooms and a library with a reading room. You can gather up three kinds of mineral water to drink for free if you bring your own container. But you can buy plastic glasses and bottles if you forget to bring them. Note that the displays with information about the types of water are in Russian only. After enjoying some samples, rest on one of the benches inside or stroll in the park southeast of the gallery. The gallery is located at the end of the main pedestrian street in the town of Sour Waters. Put Narzannaya Gallery at the forefront of your travel plans using our Kislovodsk holiday planner.
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  • Caught in the way. Came in the Narzannuju Gallery. Scored water, took poltorashku. The truth is you have to pay for it, but the fee is purely symbolic. Drank water for two days, I recovered. Smell strong in the gallery. But benefits justify this inconvenience.
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  • The present narzan right from the source! Beautiful and historic! Near the Park, where you can stroll the narzan after adoption!
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  • Friends, the most delicious in the world, this cosy vodichka which flows in narzannyh galleries of the city of Kislovodsk. Not only did it fulfill your interests but also thirst! Be sure to visit the narzannuju Gallery in the resort town of Kislovodsk!
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