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47 Unusual Places In Utah That Proves The State Is Mysterious

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29.) Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe, Utah

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These hot springs had been flowing for millions of years, but the bathtub installations that had attracted more visitors had not been around until the 1990s. The owner of the resort, artist Mike Ginsburg, transformed the natural water source to what it is today.

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