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Unlike other resorts, Marianske Lazne offers treatment for a wide range of diseases. This is primarily due to the fact that the chemical composition of the sources are very different from each other. The following diseases are treated here:
Diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract: cystolithiasis, urolithiasis, postoperative conditions of the kidneys, ureters and prostate, non-specific chronic inflammation of the kidneys and ureters, pyelonephritis, chronic prostatitis, urethritis, prostovesiculitis, artificial kidney, single kidney, conditions after kidney transplantation.
Respiratory diseases: asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic diseases of the upper and lower respiratory tract, including chronic pharyngitis, laryngitis, sinusitis, rhinitis, allergic respiratory diseases, including allergic rhinitis, postoperative treatment of the upper and lower respiratory tract and lungs in the stage of compensation, conditions after repeated pneumonia of a non-tuberculous nature, the effects of damage to the respiratory tract with corrosive irritating substances. Continue reading
If you plan to travel the Czech Republic by car, be sure to put in your wallet the rights, vehicle registration certificate and green insurance. The latter can be bought right at the border.
On a note:
speed in the village no more than 50 km / h;
day and night, turn on the dipped headlights;
holy trams – we let through, without hesitation, like pedestrians;
children sit in a car seat or booster.
Most Czech motorways are paid. To travel on such roads you need a vignette, which you can buy at any gas station. Only this should be done before entering the paid site. Otherwise, a fine of 200 euros. The cost of the vignette for 10 days is 11 euros, for 1 month 17. Continue reading
Sri Lanka attracts divers from all over the world with a variety of corals, marine inhabitants with unusual names and species (angelfish, Moorish idols, parrot fish), dolphins and whale sharks, which can be seen from March to April. But the main feature of diving in Sri Lanka is a visit to underwater rocks, grottoes and wrecks. About 20 dead ships of the 19th and 20th centuries are open for inspection at depths from 8 to 30 meters. These are tankers, steamboats, bulk carriers, merchant ships, and even a modern cargo ship. Many of them are well preserved, and you can even swim with them inside.
The abundance of fish in the coastal waters of Sri Lanka attracts fishing enthusiasts here. The coastal reefs of Sri Lanka are characterized by an abundance of plankton, which attracts tuna, Spanish mackerel, marlin and some species of sharks.
Amazing variety of seafood in fish markets in Colombo or Negombo. An early morning visit to the fish market itself is already a fascinating tour, but it is much more interesting to take part in fishing yourself. Continue reading