Bad Nauheim

Bad Nauheim (bät nouˈhĪm) [key], town (1994 pop. 29,405), Hesse, central Germany, in the Taunus Mts. It is a world-famous resort, noted for its salt springs, which are used to treat heart and nerve diseases.

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