At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Borjomi is a mineral water, banned in Russia for some reasons but is sold in some other countries and in Georgia. Borjomi park in Georgia is one of the biggest European parks! Let’s visit it right now.

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

The total area of the park is 5,3 thousand km2 which is 7,6 % of all the territory of Gerogia!

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Welcome to the Borjomi park!

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Today they use 9 wells out of 20.

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Water under pressure

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

The Romanovs family used to come here to drink this pure tasty water.

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Besides, this park is also a recreation place.

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Inside is a mineral water source. It is warm, carbonated and smells like hydrogen sulfide.

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Cableway station

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

Sokar filling station

At the Waterhead of Mineral Water

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5 thoughts on “At the Waterhead of Mineral Water”

  1. I like this water due to its high mineral content and slightly metallic taste. But you can´t drink it like ordinary water though, the maximum would 05.-1 liter a day, otherwise you may stress your renal sytem too much. It is a panacea against hangovers though 🙂 … even so it in Germany previously

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