SALZBRUNN , a watering-place of Germany, in the Prussian province of
See also:Silesia, at the
See also:foot of a well-wooded
See also:spur of the
See also:Riesengebirge, 3o m . S.W. of
See also:Breslau, by the railway to
See also:Halberstadt . Pop . (1905) 10,412 . It consists of Ober-, Neu- and Nieder-Salzbrunn, has a
See also:Roman Catholic and an Evangelical
See also:church and manufactures of
See also:glass, bricks and
See also:porcelain . Its alkalo-saline springs, especially efficacious in pulmonary and urinary complaints, were known as early as 1316, but fell into disuse until rediscovered early in the 19th century . The
See also:waters are used both for drinking and bathing, and of the two chief springs, the Oberbrunnen and the Kronenquelle, nearly two million bottles are annually exported . The number of summer visitors is about 7000 a
See also:year . See Valentiner, Der Kurort Obersalzbrunn (Berlin, 1877); Biefel, Der Kurort Salzbrunn (Salzbrunn, 1872) ; and Deutsch, Schlesiens Heilquellen and Kurorte (Breslau, 1873) .
HERMANN VON SALZA (c. 1170-1239)
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