The history of Sobrance baths dates back to 1336, when the baths were known as ‘Four salt springs’. Mineral healing water was known across the whole Austro-Hungarian empire and attracted many visitors from aboard. Water was used in the baths for different healing purposes as well as packed into bottles and shipped to the other parts of the country. 

Baths were partly destroyed during the First, later during the Second World War and only one of the historic buildings has been preserved and the new buildings were built. The baths were closed in 2004, and they have been in a private ownership since 2006. The town of Sobrance has been trying to restore the areal and use the potential of very special mineral water, together with help of an investor, but ownership rights and insufficient funding block all future steps.

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