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La source du Dôme

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Hidden : 07/02/2010
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La source du Dôme que l'on vois jaillir a une température de 66° alors que sa petite sœur la source du Lys ne sort qu'a 60°5. Les vasques sont recouvertes d’un épais dépôts de calcaire sur lesquels on voit des traces vertes d’algues et des traces brun - rouge de fer.
L'eau de ces 2 sources est employée pour les soins sous forme de boues thermales.
Cette boue est mise au point dans des bassins près de la source: on dépose de la terre ( du kaolin d’Echassières).L’eau de la source circule en permanence sur cette terre très fine.Il se forme alors naturellement des algues à la surface.

Attention aux vipères en cas de fortes chaleurs.


The source of the Dome that we know spring has a temperature of 66°, while his little sister Lily is the source of what happened to 60°5. The basins are covered with thick deposits of limestone on which we can see traces of green algae and brown marks - red iron.
The water from these two sources is used to care as a thermal mud.
This mud is being developed in ponds near the source is deposited in the earth (kaolin from stilt-walkers). The spring water flows constantly on this earth very fine.Il then formed naturally from algae the surface.

Watch out for snakes in heavy weather.

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