Langenfeld is a town in Germany that belongs to the district of Düsseldorf. This is a famous German resort town that is located 1200 meters above the sea level in the center of Oetztal Valley in Tirol. The name of the city means “long field”. Indeed, Langenfeld is stretched to 20 kilometers.
Langenfeld attracts tourists by its unique landscapes and amazing suburbs. The valley, in which the town is located, features numerous small villages that come one after another. These are Oberlangenfeld, Runhof, Astlen, Gotsgut, Winkle, Huben, Brugen, Grice, Ashbah and others.
Starting from 2004 Langenfeld has become the first thermal region of Tirol. Actually, the first thermal bath was opened here yet in XVI century. However, without special service and continuous development of underground waters, all springs run dry in 70s of XX century.
Only in 1986 it was decided to continue the development in this area and renewing past glory of the town. During the excavations a new spring was found. The spring begins 3000 meters above the sea level, then it goes deep down through rocks and 1800 meters underground the spring turns into thermal water. The chemical analysis of the water shows it is rich in brimstone.
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