More on Largest Dams in Europe by Reservoir Volume
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.
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.
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.
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.