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Icelanders to build a health village in Spain

By Iceland Review

An Icelandic “health village” is about to be built in the mountain region of southeastern Spain. Icelandic National Broadcasting Service reports that the village will include 200 apartments that people can either rent or buy.

The village, located one hour from the Mediterranean, is the brainchild of four Icelandic companies and an Icelandic couple who already run a hotel in Spain. According to Gestur Ólafsson, architect, although Icelanders will be running, the village they will also seek advice from Indians and Chinese who base their health regimes on age old traditions. The Icelanders plan to offer a variety of health services.

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