Hot Springs

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Al-Ahsa Oasis "the oasis also boosts warm and hot water springs, which can reach 90 Fahrenheit. Ain Najm is the most important hot water spring in Al-Ahsa, famed for its hot sulphurous water." See
Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks Banff Upper Hot Springs, Part of Banff National Park
City of Bath
Great Spa Towns of Europe "In the centre of Bath are the Hot Springs, the baths and the Abbey. The hot springs were sacred to the Romans, initiating a continuous tradition of healing." (Nomination File, p. 272) Karlovy Vary also has hot springs, of which the "strongest spring [is] named Vřídlo (Hot Spring) with a temperature of 73.4°C", that "spurts hot water rich in carbon dioxide about 12-14 metres high which is a European phenomenon." (Nomination File, p. 131)
Guanacaste Rincon de la Vieja National Park
Gunung Mulu Terikan River hot springs
Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine Yunotsu Hot Spring Town
Kenya Lake System The Kenya Lake System presents an exceptional range of geological and biological processes of exceptional natural beauty, including falls, geysers, hot springs (OUV)
Kii Mountain Range Yunomine Onsen, part of Kumano Sankeimichi Nakahechi pilgrimage route (Kii Mountain) is a famous hot spring resort since ancient time
Kinabalu Park At Poring
Morne Trois Pitons Boiling Lake
Mount Emei, including Leshan Giant Buddha Qingyin Pavilion area is the source of hot spring water that supply many hot spring resorts in Baogua Temple area
Olympic National Park Olympic Hot Springs
Pitons Management Area
Shiretoko A hot springs waterfall called Kamuiwakkayu-no-taki
Volcanoes of Kamchatka Valley of Geysers


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