Largest Dams in Europe by Reservoir Volume

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Largest Dams in Europe by Reservoir Volume - the largest dam by reservoir volume is Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station of Russia holds up a reservoir of 169.27 billion m3. At second, is the Boguchany Dam of Russia holding up to 58.20 billion m3 of water, followed by Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station of Russia which holds up a reservoir of 57.30 billion m3.

 Compare Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station with Kárahnjúkar Hydropower Plant from Iceland.


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Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station.   

3rd Largest hydroelectric dam in Europe. Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station of Russia is the third-largest hydroelectric dam in Europe with an installed capacity of 4,515MW. Completed in 1967, the 124.50-meter tall dam holds up to 169.27 billion m3 of water in its reservoir.

 

 Compare Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station with Kölnbrein Dam from Europe.

 Compare Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station with Krasnoyarsk Dam from Europe.

Bratsk hydroelectric power station (Youtube/k1cha)

Boguchany Dam. https://youtu.be/kq8mQjYGtu0 

Located in Russia, Boguchany Dam is a 96-meter tall dam with an installed capacity of 2,997MW. Completed in 2015, Boguchany Dam can hold up to 58.20 billion m3 of water.

 

 Compare Boguchany Dam with Enguri Dam from Europe.

 Compare Boguchany Dam with Mratinje Dam from Europe.

Водосброс на Богучанской ГЭС (Youtube/Krasnoyarsk Gorod)

Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station.   

Located in Russia, Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station is a 52-meter tall dam with an installed capacity of 2,488MW. Completed in 1957, Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station can hold up to 57.30 billion m3 of water.

 

 Compare Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station with Deriner Dam from Europe.

 Compare Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station with Mratinje Dam from Europe.

Zhiguli Dam - Russia (credit: Youtube/Largest Dams)

Atatürk Dam.   

Located in Turkey, Atatürk Dam is a 166-meter tall dam with a structural volume of 84.50 million m3. Completed in 1990, Atatürk Dam can hold up to 48.70 billion m3 of water and has an installed capacity of 2,400MW.

 

 Compare Atatürk Dam with Berke Dam from Europe.

 Compare Atatürk Dam with Deriner Dam from Europe.

Turkey 23 Ataturk Dam (credit: Youtube/Murray Moss)

 


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