Hi Janko Bajus! Sometime I had been there too. It is a good snapshot about this small church (kaplika=kápolna). Regards, János
Hi János.Thank you for your comments.
*On the site of Sivá Brada near the Spišská Kapitula, several mineral springs are to be found on a travertine hill. The hill itself was created by gradual sedimentation of solids, dissolved in discharged waters on the site. On the top of the hill stands the Chapel of the Holy Cross. As far back as the 17th century, two mineral springs were described on the top of the hill. On the upper one, situated about 20 steps from the chapel, a noisy bubbling of gas CO2 could be found.
*Best regards, Janko.
Thank you for your detailed information. Meantime I get an old book "Geography of Carpathian Region" by academic J Cholnoky too. I watch in this book a good info about the "szepeskolostori gejzirek". When I was there, sorry only one spring existed. Regards, János
Hi my friend.
Thank you very much for your interest.
Here is detailed information above GEYSER.
My best wishes, from Slovakia.
Good picture. Best of "Panoramio"! Greetings from Hungary
Kedves Janko! Magányos kereszt egy kis kápolna mellett. Kiváncsi vagyok, hogy megvan még a kis fémtábla a kereszten, hogy ki állíthatta fel.
A fotód profi munka, tetszik. Üdvözlettel
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Photo taken in Spišské Podhradie, Slovakia
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