The Peshkopi galleries are located near the eastern city of Peshkopi. They originate from the gypsum formations of Mount Korab. There are two sulfur sources with a temperature of 35 – 43.5 degrees C and with a flow of 14 liters / sec. They have potassium and sulphate content. Their effects are related to respiratory diseases such as bronchial asthma, bronchitis, reamautism, diabetes, skin diseases and gynecological problems. In addition to these sources, drinking water sources with positive health effects are available in Albania, such as the source of “White Croiss” in Selita Municipality in the district of Mirdita (known for the treatment of kidney stones) and steam baths of Postenan near Leskovik.