Römerbrunnen Bad-Vilbel

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  • Natalo

    The Römerbrunnen is located in Bad Vilbel, Hesse and was drilled in the years 1929-1930 by the Vilbeler carbonic acid works. The entire source plant, now owned by Hassia Mineral Springs, was completely renovated in 2007.

    In 1955, the occurrence was first recognized as a curative state and subsequently applied in spa treatments in Bad Vilbeler Kurhaus. Today, the source bears the name "Roman Fountain" and is also available under this name as Heilwasserabfüllung in bottles.


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    • August 3, 2017

  • Perry Pherie

    The Römerquelle is a medicinal spring. You can drink the water. It is also sold bottled. At the source is a sign: "No drinking water". But that just means that it is not a certified water that meets the tap water standard. It is just a natural spring water and not from the waterworks.

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    • July 28, 2019

  • Andreas

    The Römerbrunnen is located on the Nidda in Bad Vilbel, the entire spring system was last renovated in 2012. The fountain is 287 meters deep and can be viewed over a beautiful bridge.
    With almost 5,000 mg / l, the Römerbrunnen is one of the most mineral-rich sources in all of Germany.

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    • May 20, 2020

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Location: Bad Vilbel, Wetteraukreis, Darmstadt District, Hesse, Germany


  • Elevation150 m

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