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Oravská Polhora

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Oravská Polhora (Polhora) is a large village and municipality in Námestovo District in the Žilina Region of northern Slovakia. The northernmost point of Slovakia is located close to the village. History In historical records the village was first mentioned in 1580. Natural heritage is a complex of forests, as well as iodine-bromine springs known as spa salt water. They were known in the neighborhood and the rumor was brought to Vienna. Source location in Oravská Polhora - Slaná Voda (Saltwater) already mentioned in 1550 in a handwritten map of Orava. Of the Upper Ungarn chamber, the view that undermines the right of the king's salt monopoly, the king sent two commissioners and Andreas Kraiser and Joseph Milaver, from Hallstadt. They were experts in extracting salt. To be accompanied by salt water census customs station manager of Tvrdosin. Commissioners have written extensively on the visit of the sources and report it to enclose a handwritten map of surrounding area. On th
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