Arshan

Arshan

 

a balneological and mountain-climate health resort in Tunkinskii Raion, Buriat ASSR, 130 km from the Sliudianka railroad station. The climate is sharply continental, with a short, moderately warm summer and a long, cold winter. Precipitation is 495 mm annually, reaching a maximum in the summer. Arshan’s therapeutic resource is the mineral water from one of its springs; the water has the following composition:

The water is used for bathing, drinking, and bottling. It is indicated for patients suffering from digestive, circulatory, and metabolic disorders. Arshan has a sanatorium, clinic, bath house, and rest home. The resort is open all year.

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