Thermal bath

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For the use of the term in thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, see Thermal bath (thermodynamics).

A thermal bath is a warm body of water. It is often referred to as a spa, which is traditionally used to mean a place where the water is believed to have special health-giving properties, though note that many spas offer cold water or mineral water treatments.

A thermal bath may be part of a destination spa or the reason that a spa town exists.

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