LIFE BEYOND TOURISM BLOG

October 21, 2010

Solemn water in the hills

[By Marina Rogulina, Tomsk, Russia – Life Beyond Tourism University Delegates Program – September 2010]

All people all over the world, who like to travel, while preparing for their new trip, think about those places which they have not seen yet. We may open google research page and find there are a lot of information about all possible variants for your holidays, prices, comments, etc … One would choose vocations at the sea or visiting different magnificent well-known places in the world. As well, one can find the information about a small town in Altayskij region in Russia. The name of it is “Belokuriha”. According to the advertising prospects, you may have really nice time there, to visit different magnificent places, to have therapy if you need. But the most interesting thing is, in my opinion, the small fountain of solemn water. Unfortunately, there is not any word about it advertising prospects.
Every famous place has its own legends. The purpose of it is to attract the greatest number of tourists. But speaking about this small source of the “saint” water, I must say for sure, that it has really powerful influence on people. The main sense of this power is to cure people from different diseases, either moral or physic. Many people come here not only from the nearest villages, but also from other big cities. Once coming here, you may take a glass of water, just drink it or wash your face/hands with it. It would improve your health, and mood.

It is useful to drink this water for both children and adults. One more fact is that while drinking this water you may think about you wishes, dreams and they will fill with positive emotions and will come true soon.

This water source is called saint because Saint Seraphim gave it to people who were supposed to die soon: they were instead recovering after drinking this water. The source is situated at the bottom of the hill and nowadays people do everything to improve the access to this wonderful place.

 

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