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Tourists stand in the Blue Lagoon outside Reykjavik on 26 April, 2009. The Blue Lagoon's blue and green waters come from natural hot water springs flowing through rocks of lava. The  lagoon might have some health properties. AFP PHOTO OLIVIER MORIN. (Photo credit should read OLIVIER MORIN/AFP/Getty Images)
Tourists stand in the Blue Lagoon outside Reykjavik on 26 April, 2009. The Blue Lagoon's blue and green waters come from natural hot water springs flowing through rocks of lava. The  lagoon might have some health properties. AFP PHOTO OLIVIER MORIN. (Photo credit should read OLIVIER MORIN/AFP/Getty Images)

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Thought to be bubbling with health benefits, this nutrient-rich water in Iceland's Blue lagoon draws people from all over the world.

Nine million liters of relaxation

Thought to be bubbling with health benefits, this nutrient-rich water in Iceland's Blue lagoon draws people from all over the world.