San Salvador reservoir

El Embalse de San Salvador proyectado, inunda en el Nivel Máximo Normal (N.M.N. = 298,00 m.s.n.m.), una superficie de más de 1.000 Ha, pertenecientes a los Términos Municipales de Albalate de Cinca donde se encuentra la presa, en la cerrada de Mombrún), Belver de Cinca y Binaced (donde se encuentra la mayor parte del embalse).

Copyright: Jesús Ferrer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8190x4095
Subida: 12/05/2012
Actualizado: 23/09/2014
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Tags: swamp; dam; reservoir; embalse; pantano; presa
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