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Dam of Youth
Slovakia

Water reservoir Nosice known as Dam Youth was built between 1949 - 1953 on the river Vah. Below the dam wall springs mineral springs. The primary objective of the dam is a backwater storage of water and stock to create a space for storage of water. it was used to generate electricity not only in media but also in other hydroelectric power stations built in the lower parts of the scale. Designers have anticipated at the time such an important aspect of the dam will flood. The construction of the dam is also considered to shipping by weight, which was recently said more and more. Building a dam is attended by thousands of Slovaks and Czechs. Tank capacity is nearly 36 million cubic meters of water...

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Copyright: Rado marek
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Uploaded: 30/06/2012
Updated: 05/07/2012
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