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Deriner Dam View from Gallery G4 Left Pillar on 1 May 2012
Turkey

At the time of its completion Deriner Dam was the third highest Dam in the world and si art of a chain of hydropower plants along the Çoruh River.

Copyright: Sebastian bauer
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