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Deco Retro

Wednesday, 12 June, 2019

Taking the waters

Te Aroha Mineral Baths have a long and interesting history and were renowned for their therapeutic values. “Taking the waters” was a very popular and fashionable thing to do in the early 1900’s in New Zealand. Nancy interviews Janice Parlaine from the Te Aroha Museum on these wonderful baths which are still a great tourist attraction in this area.

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